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October 20, 2011
SFCCC Stakeholder Meeting - “A Fist Full of Dollars,” Speakers on Funding & Incentives for Alternative Fuels and Vehicles.
This meeting will evaluate the great work and accomplishments SFCCC has achieved in the 2010-2011 year as well as develop future goals and objectives for the upcoming 2011-2012 year.
October 18, 2011 @ The Ferry Building, San Francisco
“The Good, The Bad, and The Oily,” A SFCCC Workshop on Biofuels.
This workshop will provide a basic overview of the benefits of using biofuels, production processes, and its applications.
Keynote speakers: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), San Francisco Department of the Environment (SFE), PG&E, and CalStart.
September 14, 2011 @SFPL, Main Branch
“Healthy Air Ordinance Planning,” A San Francisco Departmental Training
The departmental training is designed to aide departmental heads and fleet managers with developing their fleet reduction plans to comply with the Healthy Air and Clean Transportation Ordinance for San Francisco.
July 12, 2011 @ SF MTA Offices
SFCCC Stakeholder Meeting
In this meeting SFCCC stakeholders provided new feedback on the
April 6, 2011
“Lean, Green, Driving Machine: A Green Transportation Workshop for Bay Area Businesses”
This workshop was co-hosted by SFCCC and the Business Council on Climate Change (BC3). Attendees received heard presentations from a variety of different speakers on topics including: 1) an overview of alternative fuel vehicles, 2) examples of businesses utilizing alternative fuel vehicles, 3) government incentives for alternative fuel vehicles, and 4) “alternative commuting” options. Attendees also networked and mingled while admiring a selection of alternative fuel vehicles.
December 15, 2010
Vehicle Technologies Program Presents an Electric Vehicle Quarterly Discussion Webinar
November 23, 2010
Electric Vehicles: Innovation, Incentives and Infrastructure
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