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  • Energy Department Inducts New Clean Cities Hall of Famers

    on 10 Sep 2015 by NGTNews
    Three coordinators who lead the Lake Michigan Consortium - a collaboration between Chicago Area Clean Cities, Merrillville, Ind.-based South Shore Clean Cities, and Milwaukee-based Wisconsin Clean Cities - were the latest teams to be named to the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Clean Cities Hall of Fame. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the Clean Cities [read more]
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    Aug 24 2017 - Barry Carr, Kelly Gilbert, and Steve Russell are the 2017 Hall of Fame Award Winners
    Carr was recognized for his longstanding commitment and successful career as a coordinator. From 1995 to 2006 he worked with the New York State Clean Fueled Vehicle Council, helping New York state agencies grow their compressed natural gas fleet to more than 3,000 vehicles and expand CNG infrastructure to 60 locations in the state. Carr made presentations, provided safety and refueling training, and secured funding for many additional efforts. He is strongly supported by stakeholders and through his many relationships with fleet managers throughout the Northeast, which were built over almost three decades of steadfast determination working in the industry. In Clean Cities he is known as a knowledgeable peer who is willing to share his experience and expertise. Carr also served on the Coordinator Council and actively participates in the Coordinator to Coordinator program.

    https://cleancities.energy.gov/blog/...es-all-of-fame
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