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NC Clean Transportation Coordinating Committee- Finding Money for Your Fleets & Manufacturing Tour

11.02.16

 
Join the NC Clean Energy Tech Center, Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition Staff, and others from across the state at Agility Fuel Systems in Salisbury, NC, as we meet for our next Clean Transportation Coordinating Committee meeting and facility tour. This meeting will include a presentation covering the EPA VW Settlement, upcoming grant opportunities (CFAT), and other incentives available to help fleets purchase new vehicles/infrastructure. Our agenda will also include updates from previous breakout groups and will finish off with a production facility tour at Agility Fuel Systems.

 The Clean Transportation Coordinating Committee is an opportunity to identify needs, enhance opportunities, and increase collaboration among partners in the clean transportation community across North Carolina! The Coordinating Committee is an initiative of the NC Clean Energy Technology Center in collaboration with its education partners to reduce transportation related emissions and better serve the needs of clean transportation professionals in the state.

November 2, 2016
12pm - 4:30pm

Location:
Agility Fuel Systems
1010 Corporate Center, Salisbury, NC 28146

 

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 The NC Clean Transportation Coordinating Committee is a group composed of members from industry, academia, state agencies, non-profits, Clean Cities Coalitions, and Clean Fuel Advanced Technology sub-award recipients focused on advancing proliferation and adoption of alternative fuels and advanced transportation technologies throughout the state of North Carolina. Activities towards achieving this goal include:

  • Coordinating clean transportation training and educational activities across the state

  • Organizing events with a statewide or regional impact

  • Providing industry reps and state agencies a forum to address statewide interests

  • Providing a forum for state policy coordination and enhancement

  • Understanding and compiling statewide resources, usage trends, and data

  • Developing alt fuel/advanced transportation case studies.

More info about the event can be found here.

Centralina Council of Governments
9815 David Taylor Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262

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DOE Clean Cities
National Network