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Stakeholder Meeting

September 25, 4307 Emperor Boulevard, Suite 110, Durham, NC 27703

2014 Collective Biodiesel Conference

August 14-17, Piedmont Biodfuels, 220 Lorax Lane,  Pittsboro, NC 27312 

More information coming soon!

The Southeast Alternative Fuels Conference and Expo will provide the opportunity for education and networking among fleet managers, industry experts and other decision makers. Presentations and breakout sessions will focus on alternative fuels and fleet efficiency options covering technical details, policies and programs as well as successful fleet implementation stories. 

Reducing petroleum dependence in the Triangle Region since 1999

Helping stakeholders to reduce over 12 million GGEs since 2009


Triangle Clean Cities Coalition is comprised of local & state government agencies, private companies, non-profit organizations, and interested individuals who are dedicated to accelerating the use of alternative fuels and advanced transportation technologies to improve air quality and energy security in the greater Triangle Region of North Carolina.

Triangle Clean Cities is a partner in the National Partnership to Reduce Diesel Pollution.

  • TCCC Coordinator to Represent the Coalition in Washington D.C. (3/20)
    Lacey Jane Wolfe will educate congressional representatives, senators, and their staff about the accomplishments of TCCC stakeholders. Learn more here

  • EV Charging Stations and Automotive Training Center (3/20)
    TCCC held its bimonthly stakeholder meeting. NCSU’s Brian Jones presented on their electric vehicle charging stations and Rich Cregar presented on Wilson Community College’s plans for their autormotive training center. You can find the meeting minutes here.

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