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July 2018 Newsletter
Northern Arizona School Districts Adopt Propane-Powered School Buses
Cottonwood, Chino Valley, and Prescott have switched to propane-powered school buses and are leading Northern Arizona in Advanced Fuel usage.
Three school districts in Northern Arizona are now using propane buses to transport children. Propane buses create less pollution, are cheaper to maintain, and do not choke children with toxic fumes.
For more articles pertaining to the use of propane buses in Northern Arizona click the links below!
– Arizona Utilities review future plans extension of service and inputs
– Valley of the Sun Clean Cities to meet with the Intertribal Council regarding the application of Propane powered vehicles & equipment
– VSCCC Member SRP offers extended support for workplace electric vehicle charging stations
– Valley Metro to convert the last of their diesel transit buses to biodiesel
– VSCCC Member GPS Insight hosts – Training program at their Scottsdale facility
– VSCCC – Member N4POWER to reduces police vehicle idling wit extended battery powered system
– VSCCC -Member – ICON Converts Shamrock Farms Diesel Trucks to Propane
– VSCCC Gears up to assist Maricopa Air Quality Department to broaden applications in next DERA Grant round
Waymo makes a major purchase of Jaguar for Autonomous fleet
Building 20,000 self-driving Jaguar I-PACEs
“Waymo partnered with Jaguar to create the world’s first premium electric self-driving vehicle: the Jaguar I-PACE. They will start testing these vehicles this year and will add up to 20,000 I-PACEs to Waymo’s fleet in the next few years. That’s enough to drive about a million trips in a typical day.”
Check out the Jaguar I-Pace here: https://waymo.com/journey/
12 Advantages of Advanced Fuel
Who is Valley of the Sun
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2016 Coalition Stats
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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.
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.