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NEW! Connecticut Clean Cities Future Fuels Project
A state-wide, fuel-neutral effort to deploy 183 alternative fuel vehicles (AFV), provide fueling capability for 21 additional fleet vehicles, and create the infrastructure necessary to directly support the vehicle deployments. Stay updated on public events, ribbon cuttings for new fleet delpoyments, grand openings of new alternative fueling stations, educational events and news that matters by visiting

Vehicle Technologies Program : For more information, please visit the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy page at:

Federal Clean Cities Program : For a more detailed explanation and to find many more hyperlinks to other Alternative Fuel information sites, please click on or visit:

Clean Cities Hotline : 1 800 ccities
Talk to a knowledgeable person and have your Clean Cities-related questions answered. The Hotline offers the public and Clean Cities stakeholders the opportunity to talk to an individual and get information on the overall program, state programs, and alternative fuel technologies in general.  e-mail:

Celebrating 15 Years of Petroleum Reduction
Click here to download or view the poster (880K PDF)

Clean Cities Fact Sheet
Get the latest fact sheet here (2MB PDF), or visit the Federal Clean Cities Website

Clean Cities Now
This quarterly newsletter addresses industry news, coalition successes, and program information. Visit Federal Clean Cities for the latest edition.

Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center (AFDC) : The one-stop shop for all your alternative fuel and vehicle information needs. AFDC has more than 3,000 documents in it database that will allow you to search for topics of interest, an interactive alternative fuel refueling site mapping system, listings of OEM available alternative fuel vehicles, program information, and links to numerous related sites. One of the most complete alternative fuel resources available.

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