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  • Clean Cities Program - Ohio Alternative Fuel Program ($29M) Cleared to Go

    Ohio Alternative Fuel Program ($29M) Cleared to Go

    February 24, 2010 | USA, Ohio
    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has cleared Clean Fuels Ohio to begin its work with the Ohio Advanced Transportation Partnership (OATP), reports Green Car Congress. The project will carry out more than $29 million in alternative fuel vehicle and infrastructure projects—the largest single investment in advanced transportation energy infrastructure and vehicle technology in the state’s history, according to Sam Spofforth, Executive Director of Clean Fuels Ohio.
    DOE awarded $11 million in ARRA funding to Clean Fuels Ohio through the its Clean Cities Grant program in August of 2009. This $11 million award catalyzed an additional $18 million in OATP partner contributions to support the deployment of 280 compressed natural gas, propane, and electric powered vehicles and 15 refueling stations. Execution of each partner’s project will be contingent upon a signed contract with Clean Fuels Ohio.

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    Re: Clean Cities Program - Ohio Alternative Fuel Program ($29M) Cleared to Go

    Curtis,

    Having worked on their initial propoasal in a small way and with the staff at Clean Fuels Ohio in a much larger way I'll add that this will be one of the better government/private sector projests I'm sure.

    Finally, the 'Stimulus' program is working!

    afvman/Bill

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      Re: Clean Cities Program - Ohio Alternative Fuel Program ($29M) Cleared to Go

      Glad to see you have your fingers in this. Hopefully you get your piece of the pie as well.

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