For more information, please contact: Alisha Lopez, Clean Cities Coordinator | alopez@sfrpc.com

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WHO WE ARE

For more than 25 years the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition has worked with Coalition partners, coalitions across the country, and the U.S. Department of Energy to further the nation’s energy independence and economic security.  The Coalition leverages the expertise and investments of its members to build partnerships that advance affordable domestic transportation fuels, energy efficient mobility systems, and other fuel-saving technologies and practices.

The Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition provides many opportunities to participate and make a difference in Southeast Florida. Consider making choices that will reduce your dependence on petroleum fuels. If you are not prepared to purchase an alternative fuel vehicle, you can assist with public education, participate in special events, and learn about our idle reduction campaign. Lay the groundwork for a cleaner and more secure future. Join the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition of governments, private organizations, and individuals by submitting your membership application.

MISSION

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The Clean Cities program began in Florida in 1993 with the creation of the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition by Executive Order of the Governor and the subsequent designation by the U.S. Department of Energy. The Coalition is managed by the South Florida Regional Planning Council, a regional public agency whose mission is to work with South Florida’s public, private, non-profit, and civic leadership to create a sustainable future for the region.

The Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition is a public-private partnership composed of local government representatives and the private sector concerned with alternative fuel technology and programs. The role of the Coalition is to provide a fuel-neutral policy direction to maximize the use of vehicles operating on clean, alternative fuels throughout the region of nearly six million people living in Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach Counties.

SFRPC AND THE COALITION PARTNERSHIP

As host agency of the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition, the South Florida Regional Planning Council operates this public private partnership composed of local government and private sector representatives. Designated in 1994 by the US Department of Energy, the role of the Coalition is to provide a fuel-neutral policy direction to maximize the use of vehicles operating on clean, alternative fuels throughout the region of Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach Counties. Stakeholders assist in a broad range of activities, including fleet conversions to alternative fuels like natural gas or biodiesel, idle reduction education, and assistance to the general public in understanding mobility options like electric transportation.

RECENT PROJECTS

The SEFL Clean Cities Coalition Presents a Hydrogen Webinar.

HYDROGEN WEBINAR

The SEFL Clean Cities Coalition Presents FDOT & The EV Master Plan.

EV Master Plan

The Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition co-hosted a virtual ride and drive event with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. Take an up-close look at a Tesla Model 3.

RIDE & DRIVE VIDEO

The Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition held a Propane Listening Session with Paul Strobis at Broward County Transit.

LISTENING SESSION

Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition presents the City Furniture CNG Fleet Tour.

Fleet Tour Video
PROGRAMS

Idling, the time when a vehicle’s engine is on but the vehicle is not moving, wastes over 6 billion gallons of fuel each year in the United States according to Argonne National Laboratory (ANL). Idle reduction describes technologies and practices that reduce the amount of time that engines idle unnecessarily. Reducing idling time has many benefits, including reductions in fuel costs, engine wear, emissions, and noise. The Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition has launched an Idle Reduction Campaign to educate the public and fleet administrators about how we can eliminate extraneous idling in daily life.