Ocean State Clean Cities Coordinator Wendy Lucht was featured in a Newport Mercury article. Wendy was interviewed on her work with Clean Cities and the importance of alternative fuels and petroleum reduction. She talks about the progress that Rhode Island has made in reducing petroleum, and what average consumers can do to reduce their own […]
Newport Biodiesel was featured on PBS MotorWeek as part of their Clean Cities segment. Bob Morton, Chairman of the Board, was featured along with great shots of the biodiesel plant that turns cooking oil into clean fuel.
URI’S OCEAN STATE CLEAN CITIES COALITION TO PARTNER WITH PLUG IN AMERICA IN PROMOTING ELECTRIC VEHICLE USE
URI’S OCEAN STATE CLEAN CITIES COALITION TO PARTNER WITH PLUG IN AMERICA IN PROMOTING ELECTRIC VEHICLE USE We are excited to announce our partnership with Plug In America to promote the use of electric vehicle use in Rhode Island. Department of Energy awarded Plug In America $500,000 to invest in the promotion and adoption of […]
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management has received a Rising Star Award from the University of Rhode Island’s Ocean State Clean Cities Coalition. DEM was the only Rhode Island organization and one of six in New England to be honored for its efforts in cutting carbon emissions, reducing the use of petroleum, and promoting and […]
This webinar organized by the National Biodiesel Board shared information on the Clean Cities program, tools available to fleets and alt fuel stakeholders, infrastructure funding, and general information on how biodiesel industry reps can get involved with one of the nearly 100 local coalitions, each led by an on-the-ground Clean Cities coordinator. Clean Cities Project […]
Learn how Ocean State Clean Cities facilitates partnership between public and private entities to promote alternative energy in Rhode Island. Gain an overview of our mission, and meet our stakeholders.
Ocean State Clean Cities coalition and stakeholders are working to expand deployment of electric vehicles. Albert Dahlberg discusses how the state is working with Project Get Ready to improve the processes necessary to support large-scale deployment of these technologies.
Rhode Island celebrated National Drive Electric Week 2015 with great success. The event at Garden City Center had multiple electric vehicles to show with special guest Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. See the Kia Soul, Mercedes B-Class, Nissan leaf, Tesla Model S, and more.
Ocean State Clean Cities Coalition and the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources worked together to install 50 EV charging stations around RI. Learn how OSCC members worked to help RI cut its petroleum use across the state.