Welcome to the Clean Cities Learning Program!
The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) is working in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Clean Cities Program to develop the turn-key Clean Cities Learning Program to raise awareness and foster a greater understanding of alternative fuels, alternative fuel vehicles, and advanced technology vehicles through a targeted education and outreach effort. This program will enable Clean Cities Coalitions and other stakeholders to better implement petroleum reduction technologies by advancing the use of alternative fuels, alternative fuel vehicles, advanced technology vehicles, and idle reduction technologies through state-of-the-art curricula, training, and education and outreach materials, all of which will be disseminated by the NAFTC and U.S. DOE Clean Cities.
This is a national training event in collaboration with Rio Hondo College Alternative Fuels Program and the Antelope Valley Clean Cities.
December 11th is the Train the Trainer class, For Fleet Managers, Stakeholders, Local and State Municipal Offices
December 12th is the stakeholder/city officials/ elected official training course,For Fleet Managers, Stakeholders, Local State, Municipal Offices and Students.
Petroleum Reduction Technologies
Designed specifically to raise awareness and foster a greater understanding of alternative fuels, alternative fuel vehicles, advanced vehicle technologies, petroleum reduction technologies, fuel economy and idle reduction, and related technologies.
Workshops will be available on the following topics:
· Natural Gas
· Electric Drive Vehicles
· Fuel Economy
· Idle Reduction
Rooms may be booked by loading this address to your browser and selecting the Rio Hondo College tab for the special room rate. Hotel will provide shuttle service to Rio Hondo College if requested. http://www.ihg.com/h/d/ex/1/en/rates?hotelCode=RSMEX&rateCode=IL8NY