About Fuels Fix

Our Story

From its humble beginnings in 2008 as the "Southeastern Fuels Fix," to its current form as a national alt fuels news and Clean Cities stories resource, Fuels Fix is a website and monthly e-mail newsletter that aims to connect readers with the biggest and most compelling stories from the alternative fuels and Clean Cities universes.

Fuels Fix has its finger on the pulse of sustainable transportation news in the USA. Featuring contributions from nearly 100 independent Clean Cities Coalitions and their partners around the world, Fuels Fix aims to tell the stories of local experts working in communities across the USA to implement sustainable transportation choices, including the adoption of alternative fuels, fuel-saving technologies and practices, and new mobility choices.

"Clean Cities Coalitions do great work around the country. We want to tell their stories."

Ainsley Kelso


Ainsley is responsible for curating all Fuels Fix content, article design and monthly e-mail construction.

Madelyn Collins


Madelyn assists the editorial staff with story ideas while also doing thoughtful research and great writing for the website.

Danniel Siksay

Editorial Oversight

Danniel works to develop new content and ensure that the vision and mission of Fuels Fix is maintained over time.

Jane Marsh


Jane writes on green technology and renewable energy topics and works as the Editor-in-Chief of Environment.co.

Jonathan Overly


Jonathan founded FuelsFix originally in 2008 and currently serves as an involved member of the team.

Marisa Higgins

Assistant Editor

Marisa assists the Editor-in-Chief through editing content for FuelsFix, website maintenance, and social media management. She also contributes thoughtful articles to the website.

About Fuels Fix

Clean Cities Coalitions

Clean Cities coalitions foster the nation’s economic, environmental, and energy security by working locally to advance affordable, domestic transportation fuels and technologies. Clean Cities coalitions have saved more than 8.5 billion gallons of petroleum since its inception in 1993.