Promoting Fuels, Technologies, and Strategies to Reduce Regional Petroleum Use

Alternative Fuels

We work with fleets and consumers to determine which alternative fuels fit their needs. Biodiesel, ethanol, electricity and natural gas are the fuels available in our region. [More about Alternative Fuels]

Strategies

We have a number of programs to promote petroleum reduction such as ‘Idle Free’ and the Green Parks Initiative. [More about Strategies]

Alternative Vehicles

With thousands of advanced vehicle technologies becoming available we work to promote and integrate these alternative vehicle technologies into our region. [More about Alternative Vehicles]

Curriculum

27% of our Nation’s energy use is devoted to transportation. 

Are you interested in spreading the word about alternative fuels in transportation?

The Coalition and the National Energy Foundation are proud to present an Alternative Fuel Curriculum. The curriculum covers grades 3-adult and a variety of topics from energy conservation to hydrogen fuel cells to vehicle technologies.

The first training workshop will be in Jackson WY on Thursday June 19th and only costs $40. Lunch is included and you will receive more than $150 worth of materials! See our events page for more details and RSVP HERE.

Recent Activity

“Technological Tour de Force”

Posted November 13, 2014

Can the high distinction of “Best Overall Car” from Consumer Reports really belong to a vehicle with no emissions? Why, yes, yes it can. The revolutionary Tesla Model S has received global praise and according to Consumer Reports’ test rating, … Continue reading

Idling Revealed

Posted October 23, 2014

Each year, cars, trucks, and heavy-duty vehicles in the US waste an enormous amount of fuel running their engines while their vehicles are stationary. Also known as idling, this act effectively reduces vehicle fuel efficiency to 0 mpg and nationwide, … Continue reading

Question of the Month

Posted September 26, 2014

Question of the Month: What are the new credit allocations that were established under the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE)’s Alternative Fuel Transportation Program (Program) earlier this year? How can I help spread the word on these new Energy Policy Act … Continue reading