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In an effort to raise awareness and offer education about the future of zero-emission vehicles, RONN Motor Group, Inc. (RONN) Chairman and CEO Ronn Ford, along with Chief Technology Officer Jim Maury, spoke to members of the Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition (VSCCC) whose mission is “to advance the environmental, energy and economic security of Arizona by reducing dependence on petroleum-based fuels.”

RONN Motor Group, Inc. Chairman and CEO, Ronn Ford presents to speaks to

members of the Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition.

“I enjoy the opportunity to speak with those who have a like-minded passion to positively impact the environment through clean energy,” said Ronn Ford.  “The Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition is a valuable organization making inroads toward a cleaner future, and I feel privileged to have been invited to speak.”

RONN Motor Group, Inc.’s in-vehicle Innovation and decision intelligence.

With over 90 coalitions across the U.S., the Clean Cities Program was developed by the Energy Policy Act of 1992 “to support voluntary efforts by government and business to reduce our country’s dependence on foreign oil.”  “Our mission at Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition aligns succinctly with that of RONN Motor Group, Inc.,” said Executive Director Bill Sheaffer. “Operational hydrogen vehicles are closer than many thinks, and we are excited to hear from the company who is driving the development of zero-emission, all electric-hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles.”

Electric + hydrogen. Creating sustainable energy that will take us into tomorrow.

With nearly 3,000 commercial fuel-cell vehicles already on the road today, industry projections increase by tens of thousands in the next six years alone. All electric-hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles provide the same benefits as battery electric vehicles, quiet operation and zero-emissions, but can be refueled in minutes. An additional advantage is that fuel-cell vehicles offer fuel economies of over 60 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent, and boast a driving range of over 300 miles, or an estimated range of 600+ miles on the RONN Motor Group, Inc. platform.

All electric-hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles can be refueled quickly (3-5 minutes) at a traditional gas station equipped with hydrogen and will positively impact the recharging issue (currently 25-40 minutes) battery electric vehicles face today.

RONN Motor Group, Inc. original flagship design of the first eco-exotic supercar, Scorpion.

RONN Motor Group, Inc. has decades of automotive experience and a leader in hydrogen fuel-cell technology. They are a multinational automotive developer and clean tech auto manufacturer focused on addressing current global environmental needs through a full-line range of zero-emission transportation platforms from automobiles, mini-buses, trucks, and small fleet vehicles to future Hypercars. For more information, visit ronnmotorgroup.com.

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Mission

We are dedicated to advancing the environmental, energy and economic security of Central and Northern Arizona by advocating and participating in practices that promote clean domestic energy and reduce dependence on conventional petroleum-based fuels.

History

The Maricopa Association of Governments joined the Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Program in 1997. The Clean Cities Program was created by the federal Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPACT) to support voluntary efforts by government and business to reduce our country’s dependence on foreign oil. There are now over eighty coalitions nationwide.

In July 2001, Maricopa Association of Governments handed over the Clean Cities operation to a group of independent stakeholders representing local industry and government. This group was re-chartered by DOE under the new name, Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition. This new and improved coalition emerged with an innovative vision and strategic plan for cleaner air and a future less dependent on petroleum. Today, the coalition’s stakeholders represent more than sixty government, utility, and business organizations.

The VSCCC’s stakeholders operate nearly 7,000 alternative fuel vehicles and displace some 51 million gallons of petroleum fuel annually with alternative fuels such as natural gas, biodiesel, propane, ethanol, and electricity. According to a 2010 survey, this represents 10% of the annual consumption of alternative transportation fuel in the U.S.

To become more familiar with the Clean Cities Program and other Clean Cities Coalitions please click here.

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