Clean Cities and Communities Unveils New Name and Look

February 27, 2024
Clean Cities and Communities logo

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Office is excited to unveil a new name and look for Clean Cities as this U.S. Department of Energy partnership moves into its fourth decade of advancing clean transportation nationwide! The new name, Clean Cities and Communities, conveys the diversity of areas coalitions serve, and the new logo reflects the clean transportation focus. The convergence point in the new logo also represents how coalitions work at the intersection where community, the environment, and technology come together to ensure clean transportation technologies benefit all people.

Clean Cities and Communities coalitions work in urban, suburban, and rural communities across the country to strengthen the nation’s environment, energy security, and economic prosperity. As partners with DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Office, coalitions work locally to advance affordable, efficient, and clean transportation fuels, energy efficient mobility systems, and other fuel-saving technologies and practices.

Since beginning in 1993, coalition activities have reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 72 million tons and achieved a cumulative impact in energy use equal to nearly 14 billion gasoline gallon equivalents. Together, coalitions create a compounding impact nationwide that advances U.S. energy resilience and reduces vehicle emissions while supporting regional economic development and job growth.

Contact your local coalition to move into the clean transportation future.

Press release and images courtesy of U.S. Department of Energy V.T.O.