The Maine Clean Communities Coalition is comprised of fleet managers, state and local officials, clean fuel providers, and other groups and individuals interested in promoting the use of clean fuels, clean fuel vehicles and reducing petroleum consumption in the transportation sector. Maine Clean Communities’ Stakeholders meet twice a year at various locations around the state to discuss issues and learn about Stakeholders’ progress. Maine Clean Communities presents educational workshops on clean fuels and technologies several times a year.
- Goals, Projects and Activities of the Maine Clean Communities Program
- Maine Clean Communities’ 2012/2013 Annual Operating Plan
- Become a Maine Clean Communities Stakeholder
- Agenda and Minutes of Last Stakeholder Meeting
- Join Maine Clean Communities’ list serve – email Jennifer Puser.
- Steve Linnell, Director of Transportation and Energy Planning and Maine Clean Communities Coordinator
- Jennifer Puser, Transit and Energy Planning and Maine Clean Communities staff
- Award winners from the Clean Cities 20th anniversary celebration
- The City of Fort Collins’ multi-fuel approach to fleet sustainability
- A Utah business that has implemented workplace charging
- Propane mowers and EVSE on the National Mall
- A Georgia landfill that’s turning trash into fuel
- Clean Cities is Preparing Communities to Plug In
Watch Portland’s Maine Standard Biofuels’ new video about biodiesel and bioheat.
Watch MotorWeek’s Segment About Acadia National Park’s Propane-Powered Shuttles: