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The fact sheet is a snap shot of what SFCCC is all about and how involved and important our stakeholders are to our success. The fact sheet provides a great deal of information and ideas which that explains what Clean Cities is all about.
Interested in cleaner, greener vehicles to replace your old gasoline guzzling car? Not quite sure what is the best car for you? We can help! The Clean Cities Vehicle Buying Guide walks you through the steps and specs of buying an alternative fuel vehicle.
Medium and heavy duty trucks and vehicles consume the most petroleum and swapping one out for an alternative fuel vehicle can really make a difference. Learn more about capabilities of these new vehicles a with our guide to Advanced Medium & Heavy Duty Vehicles.
If you are interested in financial opportunities or funding to help reduce your petroleum consumption we there are a number of items available.
SFCCC stakeholders directly benefit from a number of funding opportunities as well as financial support over the years. Through these funding opportunities stakeholders have been able to maintain an ongoing commitment to reducing petroleum consumption.
The federal government offers a number of different incentive and financial programs, particularly in the area of clean fuels and vehicles. A large amount of funding goes is available to people and businesses in the Bay Area.
California also presents a number of funding opportunities for the advancement of clean fuels and clean vehicles.
San Francisco is habitat for 800,000 people – meeting needs for space to work, play, and learn; for food, water, and air; for community with local flora and fauna. SF Environment provides support for urban agriculture and forestry and green buildings, helping residents and businesses harness environmental opportunities.