What is Clean Cities?
Clean Cities is a locally based, government-industry partnership designed to reduce petroleum consumption in the transportation sector by advancing the use of alternative fuels (AFs), alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs), idle reduction technologies, fuel blends, hybrid-electric vehicles, and fuel economy. Supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) since 1992, Clean Cities contributes to the environmental, economic and energy use of the United States by reducing our dependence on imported petroleum. The DOE is committed to energy use in America’s transportation sector that is more efficient, less dependent on foreign sources, less environmentally disruptive, sustainable, and safe. By encouraging alternative fuel and vehicle use, and incorporating a range of transportation technologies to reduce petroleum consumption, the Clean Cities program helps enhance energy security and environmental quality at both the national and local levels. Today there are almost 90 active Clean Cities coalitions across the United States.

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1. What is Clean Cities?
2. What are the goals of Clean Cities?
3. Who can become a Clean Cities Stakeholder?
4. Where can I go to find alternative fueling stations in San Antonio?
5. Where can I find information about alternative fuels and electric vehicle charging infrastructure?
6. What is the Clean Cities Annual Report?
7. What do you do with the data collected from the Annual Survey?