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.


Addison Country Transit Resources

Black Bear Biodiesel

Black River Produce

Bourne’s Energy

Burlington Electric Department

Burlington International Airport

Cabot Creamery


CarShare Vermont

Casella Waste Systems

Champlain College

Champlain Oil

Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission

Church Street Marketplace

City of Burlington

City of Burlington Community & Economic Development Office (CEDO)

City of Burlington Police Department

 City of Burlington Department of Public Works

City of Winooski

D & C Transportation

Dunwright Taxi Company

Farrell Distributing

GMH Transportation

Go! Vermont

Green Cab

Green Mountain Power

Green Mountain Transit

High Meadows Fund

Idle Free Vermont

Keurig Green Mountain

Marble Valley Regional Transit District (“The Bus”)

Middlebury College



Proctor Gas


Stagecoach Transportation


The Green Side

Town of Norwich

UVM Transportation and Parking

UVM Transportation Research Center

UVM Waste and Recycling



Vermont Food Bank

Vermont Gas Systems

Vermont Public Service Department