The most important part of any Clean Cities Coalition is the Coalition’s community stakeholders. Stakeholders can include — but are not limited to — municipalities, fleet owners, educational facilities, AFV equipment dealers, and even citizens with an interest in the goals of the Coalition. Stakeholder participation is essential to the success of a Clean Cities coalition.
There are no membership fees and no obligations to become a stakeholder. However, as a stakeholder, you commit to:
- Support the goals of the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities Program
- Working with other coalition stakeholders to promote the use of alternative fuel vehicles, increase vehicle mileage and reduce heavy duty vehicle idling
- Partner with other Clean Cities stakeholders to create gasoline or diesel reduction programs and/or air quality improvement programs.
In a nutshell, what we do is help decrease our dependence on imported oil and improve air quality. Capitol Clean Cities has assisted in projects for many of our stakeholders. Generally, we do outreach, host educational workshops, hold events, help obtain grants (some of which are only available to Clean Cities Stakeholders), and provide information on alternative fuels and vehicles.
Stakeholder participation is essential to the ongoing success of Capitol Clean Cities of Connecticut. Therefore, stakeholders are:
- Urged to attend regular meetings and participate in the steering committee and working groups.
- Encouraged to participate in events.
- Used as resources to generate positive, frequent media coverage.
- Used to develop a plan for accomplishing reasonable, well-supported goals.
- Established into task groups to split the workload, build support for goals, and facilitate progress.
- Partnered with air quality officials to create regional pollution-reduction plans that include the five technology areas, which helps give Clean Cities members access federal funding.
Current stakeholders include:
- All American Waste, LLC
- All Waste, Inc.
- USA Hauling & Recycling, Inc.
- Clean Energy
- Cusson Automotive, Inc.
- Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
- Executive Valet
- Greater Hartford Transit District
- Hocon Gas
- TASCA Ford, Inc.
- Propane Gas Association of New England
- Pride Stores
- Matthews Bus
- Manchester Honda
- Carter Chevrolet
- Blue Bird Corporation
- Alternative Fuels Coalition of Connecticut
- CT Center for Advanced Technology
- CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
- State of Connecticut Department of Administrative Services
- State of Connecticut Department of Transportation
- US Department of Energy
- City of Meriden
- City of West Hartford
- City of Hartford
- Town of Glastonbury
- Town of Wethersfield
- Town of Coventry
- Town of Windsor
- Town of Manchester
- Town of Avon
- Town of Bloomfield
- Town of East Hartford
- East Hartford Board of Education
- Air Liquide
- CT Auto Mall
- Crowley Nissan
- Gengras Chevrolet
- Stephen Toyota
- XL hybrids
- Morrissey Consulting
City of New Britain
Lia Auto Group
Lion Electric Company
Mitchell auto group
Town of Enfield
Town of Somers
We would like to extend an invitation to join us in our mission and become a stakeholder with Capitol Clean Cities of Connecticut.
If you have any questions or need additional information please contact us.