Vermont Clean Cities Coalition brings together stakeholders in the public and private sectors to deploy alternative and renewable fuels, idle-reduction measures, fuel economy improvements, and emerging transportation technologies. Becoming a stakeholder of Vermont Clean Cities is open to all interested parties who wish to join the effort to reduce the use of petroleum in the transportation sector. Coalition members include utilities, fuel providers, vehicle manufacturers and dealers, environmental groups, local, state and federal government representatives, and private businesses. If you are an organization or individual interested in technical assistance, access to grant funds and other services to assist in helping to further the mission of Clean Cities, please contact us about becoming a stakeholder.
ATTN: Stakeholder Annual Survey for 2017 CY
It’s time once again to fill out the annual survey for Vermont Clean Cities Coalition! We are collecting information from 2017 based on your fleet’s alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles, idle reduction efforts, alternative fuel station openings, and fuel economy improvements. Please take a moment to fill out the survey about your fleet. By doing so, you’ll help us track all of the alternative fuel usage, locations, and vehicles in Vermont.
Each year, VTCCC collects data from stakeholders and produces a coalition report. The report reflects all the outstanding work taking place in Vermont and can be used to promote our coalition and our great state. Help us showcase all the activity taking place in Vermont by telling us about your efforts to reduce petroleum consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The survey also provides Vermont with opportunities to advance funding alternative fuel projects. Plus, our annual stakeholder awards, the Northern Stars on New England, are awarded based on the data collected from this survey!
Please note the survey includes petroleum reduction methods beyond alternative fuels and hybrid vehicles. The survey includes methods such as carpooling, telecommuting, low-rolling resistance tires, trailer aerodynamic packages, and switching to more efficient or smaller vehicles.
You can find the survey form here: VTCCC Annual Survey Form 2017. Please return completed surveys to Gabrielle Freeman at email@example.com no later than Thursday, February 15, 2018 to ensure timely reporting to the U.S. Department of Energy. If you have any questions or comments, you can reach us at (802) 656-5530.
Thank you for your continued support of Vermont Clean Cities Coalition!
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