Clean Fuels Impact Award given to Drive Clean Indiana, other Coalition Directors

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Recipients of the Clean Cities Impact Award are included in the photo.

TAMPA, Fl – The annual Clean Fuels Conference took place January 23 – 26, 2023 in Tampa, Florida. The conference showcased the latest innovations and research in biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel.

The Clean Fuels Impact Award this year was given to Clean Cities Coalition Directors who have truly made a positive impact on the clean fuels industry. Drive Clean Indiana Executive Director, Carl Lisek, was in attendance at this year’s conference to accept the award. The Department of Energy program celebrates its 30th anniversary this year

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More than 75 Clean Cities Coalitions are creating significant and lasting change in communities large and small, one project, one local decision and one fleet at a time. Since 1993, Clean Cities coalitions have steadily increased their energy use impact each year through diverse transportation projects for a cumulative impact equal to nearly 12 billion gasoline gallon equivalents, including using biodiesel in more than 200,000 vehicles in 2020. They have also aided in building out the fueling infrastructure to support this growing market.


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