Join the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on Monday, December 4, from 6 to 8 PM at the DEQ Southwest Regional Office’s Training Room, located at 355 Deadmore St SE, Abingdon, VA 24210. Virginia DEQ invites you to be part of shaping the state’s climate action plan by sharing your ideas to rapidly ...Continue Reading →
Join us at the Westin Washington, D.C. City Center for the 18th annual Energy Independence Summit. This exclusive event unites leaders from Clean Cities Coalitions, the clean transportation industry, and government representatives to accelerate clean fuel and vehicle markets.
1. Latest Insights: Stay informed on the federal government’s multi-billion-dollar investments in clean transportation over the coming years.
2. Engage with Experts: Connect with leaders from EPA, DOT, DOE, and USDA programs, learning about their 2024 funding strategies.
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On August 9th, the SolarButterfly, an exciting fold-out solar electric vehicle trailer technology, will be on display at VCC’s headquarters in Harrisonburg, VA. The trailer is a real tiny house with a kitchen, toilet, shower, running water, A/C, and up to 6 beds completely powered by solar energy. ...
Join us October 16 to 17, 2023, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center for the annual Virginia Clean Energy Summit! This year’s conference aims to showcase advancements in clean energy technologies, policies and business strategies currently reshaping Virginia’s energy sector. The Summit will emphasize potential opportunities and foster collaborative efforts to accelerate the adoption ...Continue Reading →
Join Generation180 and Evergreen Action on June 28th to learn how individuals and communities can access new federal funds under the Inflation Reduction Act and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
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Register now for the 2023 Resilient Virginia Conference taking place August 1-2 at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business in Charlottesville, VA! Hosted by the UVA Environmental Institute, the 2023 conference aims to highlight how businesses and communities can work together to grown investments in a low-carbon economy, give examples of approaches to resiliency, and discuss the on-going concerns with climate change.
Furthermore, the conference will address the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and ...Continue Reading →
Join Virginia Clean Cities on June 15th at 4:00 p.m. EST for our Technology Happy Hour on Hydrogen! Geovanni Castano with Dominion Energy will feature in this month’s webinar to give an introduction to hydrogen, a closer look at the fuel for heavy-duty transportation and a glimpse at Hydrogen Hubs in the Mid-Atlantic.
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Join the leaders of the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition, Virginia Clean Cities, Mid-Atlantic Electrification Partnership and Argonne National Laboratory on June 1st, 2023, to learn about current efforts in electrifying ports and the recreational or commercial boats utilizing them. The informative session will address ways to meet the charging demand of electric ...Continue Reading →
Join us March 21-22 at the Virginia Beach Convention Center for the 10th annual Virginia Green Travel Conference & Awards event! Speakers will include Lily Shapiro, Director of Advertising at Mediabarn, Katie Register, Executive Director at Clean Virginia Waterways, and our very own Alleyn Harned, Executive Director at Virginia Clean Cities!
Paid registration is required before attendance, with early bird registration allowing prospective attendees to purchase tickets for $20 less than standard registration if purchased before March 7th! Additionally, student pricing is ...Continue Reading →
In summer, 2022 Clean Energy Fuels began selling Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) at their three fueling stations in Virginia! These three stations, shown in the map below, bring RNG to the Northern Virginia, Richmond, and Tidewater regions.
RNG is byproduct waste and can be sourced from landfills, livestock operations and wastewater treatment plants. When not used to create RNG, these biogases are often ...Continue Reading →