EV Day at the Capitol Educates Many

On February 8th, 2024, Virginia Clean Cities staff joined partners EVNoire, Drive Electric RVA, Generation 180 and more for Electric Vehicle (EV) Day at the Capitol in Richmond. Representatives from the NAACP, AAA Mid-Atlantic, Virginia State University, Virginia Commonwealth University and environmental organizations also joined the public event. Local EV club Drive Electric RVA organized a vehicle ...

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Propane School Buses Love Cold Weather

Press release and image courtesy of Roush Clean Tech.

With millions of Americans facing sub-zero temperatures this winter, school systems need reliable transportation that operates well in cold weather.

Cold Weather Performance

Cold weather should not be a constant barrier to getting children to and from school. Thankfully, the 1,000+ school districts operating propane school buses are consistently and seamlessly transporting ...

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17th International Biomass Conference Comes to Virginia in March

Image courtesy of BBI International and Biomass Magazine.

The 17th annual International Biomass Conference & Expo will take place March 4-6, 2024, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, VA. This dynamic event unites industry professionals from all sectors of the world’s interconnected biomass utilization industries—biobased power, thermal energy, fuels and chemicals.

Virginia biofuels and bioproducts producers receive free registration to attend. ...

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City of Charlottesville Establishes Office of Sustainability

Virginia Clean Cities is pleased to announce that one of our coalition stakeholders, the City of Charlottesville has officially established a new sustainability office. On November 20, 2023, the Charlottesville Office of Sustainability was established by City Manager Sam Sanders under the City Manager’s Office. 

Previously under the City’s Public Works Department, this new office emphasizes the City’s commitment to integrating sustainability and climate goals throughout the whole of government. ...

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Propane Autogas is Helping USPS Fleet Operations

Image courtesy of Roush Clean Tech.

In the relentless pursuit of environmentally responsible transportation solutions, fleet managers often find themselves at a crossroads, balancing the need for sustainability with practicality. For one United States Postal Service (USPS) supplier, the answer came in the form of propane autogas.

With a fleet of over 160 vehicles, New Hampshire-based DDA Transport recognized the importance of reducing its carbon footprint. However, ...

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