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Stakeholder Meeting

May 28, 2015, 4307 Emperor Boulevard, Suite 110, Durham, NC 27703

State Energy Conference

April 21-22, 2015, McKimmon Center for Extension & Outreach, Raleigh, NC

Think and Do: Mapping a Sustainable Future for Energy in North Carolina

Here you can benefit from over 75 expert speakers; choose among 25 different sessions in 5 different tracks; receive professional continuing education credits for engineers, architects, energy managers, and planners; and network with 50+ exhibitors and sponsors at extended breaks and receptions.

Orange County Brightfield DCFC Ribbon Cuttings

Orange County Brightfield DCFC Ribbon Cuttings will take place at 5:30pm on April 24th, immediately preceding the County’s Earth Evening celebration in the Justice Facility Parking Area at 106 E Margaret St in Hillsborough, NC, next to the Farmer’s Market Pavilion.

The Orange County Commissioners, and the media have been invited to attend as well. Please contact Brennan Bouma ( with any questions.

Come help us celebrate the latest innovation in Orange County’s long history of environmental leadership.

More information coming soon!


Triangle Clean Cities Coalition stakeholders recognized by the North Carolina Smart Fleet Award

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.

  • Clean Cities Improve Local Air Quality (4/20/2015)

    According to one of our projects, by advancing the use of alternative fuels, Clean Cities program is positively associated with the improvement of air quality and the relationship is statistically significant when other factors such as vehicle, meteorological factors, sociological factors and demographic variables are controlled. Learn more here. 

  • March Stakeholder Meeting Minutes (4/6/2015)

    Click here to read the March Stakeholder Meeting minutes. Thanks to Bruce Thompson from the North Carolina Department of Transportation and Bob Armantrout at Piedmont Biofuels for their wonderful presentations on biodiesel programs. You can access other past meeting minutes here.

  • UNC Chapel Hill is dedicated to reducing reliance on single-occupant vehicles (3/20/2015)

    The Commuter Alternative Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has made a great contribution to reducing reliance on single occupant vehicles. According to the 2013 commuter survey, 84% of students and 49% of employees arrive on campus via a means other than a single-occupant vehicle. Learn more here.

  • Stakeholders Travel to Capitol Hill (2/25/2015)
    Coordinator Lacey Jane Wolfe led a delegation of Triangle Clean Cities Coalition stakeholders to Washington, DC last week to educate federal policy makers about the need to expand America's use of alternative fuels, including biofuels, electricity, natural gas, and propane autogas. Learn more here.

  • Fluid Power in Transportation (9/9/2014)
    Research brief on the promise and parameters of Hydraulic Hybrid technology from Triangle Clean Cities Coaltion stakeholder Charles Juhasz of Scientific Services Inc. Learn more here

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