The mission of Tennessee Clean Fuels is to promote cleaner alternative fuels and vehicles to improve air quality, curb dependence on petroleum, and support Tennessee’s economy.

Consultation Services

No matter the size of your fleet or project, we can help you through the diverse world of alternative fuel options available.

Funding Expertise

With over a decade of experience with federal, state and local grants, we know the funding available to you.

Fleet Data Analysis

Our fleet experts can analyze your fleet data to determine your best or most cost-effective choices.

Industry Networking

We have hundreds of industry contacts and can connect you to the right partners for your project

About Tennessee Clean Fuels

We are 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.

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The above map shows the base split that we use the define the Middle-West and East regions.

Clean Cities Designation

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Clean Cities program advances the nation’s economic, environmental, and energy security by supporting local actions to cut petroleum use in transportation. Clean Cities has saved more than 7.5 billion gallons of petroleum since its inception in 1993.

At the national level, the program develops and promotes partnerships, publications, tools, and other unique resources. At the local level, coalitions leverage these resources to create networks of local stakeholders and provide technical assistance to fleets implementing alternative and renewable fuels, idle-reduction measures, fuel economy improvements, and emerging transportation technologies.

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Clean Cities coalitions that desire official recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy must complete a stringent process, gather partner support, and complete a detailed program plan. On October 12, 2004, pictured above, East Tennessee Clean Fuels became an official, designated Clean Cities coalition. The process of designation took two years and was supported by many partners along the way. Over thirty of those partners attended the designation event and signed the supporting MOU along with the Department of Energy.

Middle-West Tennessee Clean Fuels became an official participant in the DOE Clean Cities program the day after, on October 13, 2004, in Nashville.

 

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