Tennessee Clean Fuels is comprised of Tennessee’s two Clean Cities coalitions: Middle-West Tennessee Clean Fuels and East Tennessee Clean Fuels. The mission of Tennessee Clean Fuels is to promote cleaner alternative fuels and vehicles to improve air quality and health, curb dependence on petroleum, and support Tennessee’s economy. We do this by providing top-notch consultation services, fleet support, and up-to-date industry information. Click either of the two logos below to learn more about each coalition including staff and board members.
(Both of these maps are clickable – just click on the map to open a larger version in a new window.)
The above map shows the base split that we use the define the Middle-West and East regions. Below is another map that shows both that split plus the former “nonattainment” areas in Tennessee: counties that were not meeting the EPA regulations for Ozone or PM-2.5 pollution. All of those counties are now (as of late 2016) in attainment, but they are the counties where CMAQ funding is focused when TDOT annually releases CMAQ funding announcements and RFPs.
Where needed, we provide credit to photographers or entities for their allowing us to use their photos on this website.
- Homepage photo of Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy (AMIE) house and PUV (printed utility vehicle): Photo by Jason Richards, courtesy of Oak Ridge National Laboratory/U.S. Dept. of Energy.
- Homepage photo of Moccasin Bend and Chattanooga: Photo by Mike Williams of Mike Williams Photography – “Moccasin Bend from Point Park.”
- Homepage photo of downtown Nashville: Photo by Derrick Brutel, via Flickr – “Nashville, Tennessee, USA downtown skyline on the Cumberland River.”