The Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition is one of 90 coalitions around the country that are part of the U.S. Department of Energy's strategy to reduce America's dependence on imported oil. The Clean Cities' collective goal, nationwide, is to reduce this country's import needs by one million barrels of oil per day by the year 2020. To achieve the noble aim, we must think globally and work locally.
Southeast Florida Clean Cities provides you many opportunities to participate and make a difference in South 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 and special events. Lay the ground work 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.
The mission of the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition is to reduce our dependence on imported oil and improve the environment by creating a sustainable alternative fuel market through the support and promotion of clean fuels.
Goals of the Clean Cities Coalition
-To increase the acquisition and use of alternative fuel vehicles
-To develop alternative fuel infrastructure
-To contribute to economic development through the support of alternative fuel industry
-To promote the benefits of using alternative fuel vehicles
-To gain legislative support and funding for alternative fuel vehicle programs
The Clean Cities Program began in 1993 with the creation of the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition by Executive Order of the Governor and our subsequent Clean Cities designation by the U.S. Department of Energy. The Southeast Florida Coast Clean Cities Coalition is a public/private advisory board composed of state legislators, local government representatives, federal and state agencies, and private sector representatives concerned with alternative fuel 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 five county area. This area is composed of Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach counties.