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Workplace Charging: What Employers Need to...

An important initiative promoting PEV adoption is the Workplace Charging Challenge, which encourages U.S. employers in all sectors of the economy to provide PEV charging access at their worksites. The Challenge provides resources, tools, and technical assistance to implement and manage workplace charging programs. To help get Tampa Bay involved in this initiative, Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition (TBCCC) and TECO Energy hosted a workshop on Novem

Workshop Demonstrates Benefits of Sustaina...

On Tuesday, August 23, Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition (TBCCC) partnered with the National Biodiesel Board (NBB) and Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) to host "Benefits of Biodiesel", a half-day workshop that featured presentations from the region's leading biodiesel industry and research experts.

TBCCC Partners with HCC to Host an Alterna...

On June 28, the Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition hosted an Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Safety Training Workshop at Hillsborough Community College's Ybor City Campus Training Center. Firefighter training officers from across the Tampa Bay region attended the workshop facilitated by Florida Clean Cities Coalitions and the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium.

TBCCC Hosts Spring Stakeholder Meeting at...

On May 11, Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition held its Spring Stakeholder Meeting at International Airport. More than 40 local stakeholders and members attended this meeting, which also served as an opportunity to introduce a national workplace charging initiative and gain feedback from stakeholders on increasing electric vehicles (EV) awareness in the Tampa Bay region.

Tampa Bay Hosts 13th Annual National Biodi...

Biodiesel industry professionals, fleet managers, and policy experts gathered at the Tampa Convention Center from January 25-28 for this year's National Biodiesel Conference. Coordinator Stephen Reich, of the Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition (TBCCC), and Clean Cities coordinators from coalitions around the U.S.were among the more than 1,000 biodiesel industry leaders and advocates who attended the four-day conference.

Tampa Bay Taps Into Renewable Energy from...

As the demand for sustainable, renewable fuel sources increases, progress in algae and biomass technologies continues to evolve, advancing the country towards a diversified, cleaner energy base for the U.S. economy.