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The Southeast AFV Demonstration Initiative (SADI) is a US Department of Energy project focused on the increased adoption of Alternative Fuels in the Southeast region of the United States. Project partners for this grant include Alliance Autogas, Enterprise, ICOM, Palmetto Gas, Penske and others.

Clean Cities Coalitions throughout South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee will work with technology partners to provide opportunities for fleets to demonstrate a wide range of alternative fuel vehicles.

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Currently, our available vehicles are:

Vehicle Photo Vehicle Type Vehicle Fuel Technology Partner
SADI Street Sweeper CNG Johnston North America
Carryall-500-Golf-Cart-Electri-6 Carryall 500EV Electric  ClubCar 
 Not Available E450
Shuttle and Transit
Hydraulic Electric Hybrid  Lightning Hybrid

 

 

For more information or to reserve a vehicle, contact the project coordinator for your region:

 2016 TCCC Logo  North Carolina, Triangle Region

Triangle Clean Cities Coalition
Andrea Bachrach, 919-558-2705
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North Carolina, Charlotte Region

Centralina Clean cities Coalition
Jessica Hill, 704-348-2731

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North Carolina, Asheville Region

Land of Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition
Bill Eaker, 828-251-6622

 ncetc_logo North Carolina, Triad Region

NC Clean Energy Technology Center
Mike Terreri, 919-513-7831

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Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition
Landon Masters, 803-737-8285
 tennessee-clean-fuels Tennessee, East

Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition
Jonathan Overly, 865-974-3625

 tennessee-clean-fuels  Tennessee, West

Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition
Alexa Voytek, 615-532-0238

Case Studies

Fuels Fix Publication:

The SADI project was featured in the June 2017 Fuels Fix publication. The full online magazine publication can be referenced here.

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Annual Merit Review:

In accordance with the program directives from the Department of Energy, an annual review of the program status was conducted in the Summer of 2017. That presentation can be referenced below.

SADI Demonstration.