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SPONSORED: Fueling a cleaner, happier Fort Wayne

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B20 Club Member Spotlight: City of Fort Wayne Delivering a better quality of life for residents. Reducing costs. Providing reliable services. For the City of...

Drive Clean Indiana lauds sustainable transportation leaders

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MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA — Drive Clean Indiana honored Indiana’s sustainable transportation leaders at the statewide nonprofit’s Annual Conference and Expo. “Our members are leading the...

OPINION: Education key to sustainable transportation adoption

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With access to information about anything you could possibly imagine literally at our fingertips at any given moment of the day, it can be...

OPINION: Support sustainable transportation to further economic development

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Whenever anyone has to make an investment of any kind, large or small, they have to ask themselves the question, “What’s in it for...

OPINION: Do your part to make Earth Day every day

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There are certain annual observances we really need to work harder to acknowledge more than once a year. One of them is Earth Day. Each...

Greater Indiana announces 2022 Board of Directors

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INDIANAPOLIS – Greater Indiana Clean Cities, Inc., a standalone nonprofit focused on advancing communities with education and resources on alternative fuel vehicles, is pleased to...

OPINION: Sustainable solutions key for municipal fleets

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When you put your trash can at the curb weekly, you likely don’t think about how the truck that took your trash away is...

Work Truck Week, Green Truck Summit wrap up for 2022 season

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After two years of an in-person hiatus, hundreds of industry partners gathered from March 8 to 11 for Work Truck Week 2022.  Work Truck Week...

Crown Point Community School Corp. adds electric bus

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CROWN POINT, Indiana — Crown Point Community School Corporation recently added an electric school bus to its fleet, making it the first district in...

OPINION: Indiana taking proactive steps to combat climate change

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Indiana has been getting a bad rap for its perceived position on climate change as of late. Two bills and one resolution were introduced in...

Unprecedented demand drives Green Truck Summit to larger location at Work...

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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (Feb. 18, 2022) — NTEA is moving Green Truck Summit to a larger location for Work Truck Week® 2022 to meet unprecedented demand while maintaining comfortable...

South Shore Clean Cities changes name to Drive Clean Indiana

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ST. JOHN, INDIANA — South Shore Clean Cities is now Drive Clean Indiana, the nonprofit announced.The name change and rebranding are part of the statewide designation process under the U.S. Department...

OPINION: 2022 poised to be a transformative year for EVs in...

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We all could use a little something to look forward to in 2022. When it comes to electric vehicle adoption and advancement, there is much...

OPINION: Looking back on a year of record sustainable transportation success

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2021 is a year that will not soon be forgotten. While many are eager to rip that final page off the calendar, those of us...

OPINION: Infrastructure investments require inclusive collaboration

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One of the best ways to learn how to do something is by turning to others with experience. It’s one of the ways our nonprofit...

South Shore Clean Cities, members awarded $8.9 million in Indiana Volkswagen...

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ST. JOHN, INDIANA — South Shore Clean Cities and its members were awarded $8.9 million in Indiana Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund grants funds...

OPINION: Freedom of choice key to sustainable transportation success

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Have you ever stood staring at the wall of choices in the bread aisle at the grocery store and felt overwhelmed with the options? What...

OPINION: With liberty and environmental justice for all

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We all know actions speak louder than words, particularly when it comes to issues of equality. Saying you support equality – in your personal life,...

South Shore Clean Cities members awarded during Partners for Clean Air...

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Northwest Indiana Partners for Clean Air honored the Region’s top air quality leaders and winners of three college scholarships at the organization’s 2021 Virtual...

OPINION: 1,100-mile EV road trip a sign of the changing times

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Technology has changed the way we take road trips dramatically in recent years. We’ve gone from large roadmaps we could never quite get to fold...

OPINION: Stripping semantics, politics from emissions conversation benefits all

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If I said I want my next car to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and lessen the impact on climate change, what type of vehicle...

OPINION: Diversify options for a future-proof sustainable transportation network

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Something we all need, perhaps now more than ever after the challenges of 2020, is a future we can look forward to. For those of...

Opinion: Northwest Indiana saw 2020 sustainable transportation wins

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There is no doubt 2020 will be a year that will not soon be forgotten. In spite of the challenges and tragedies, the year was...

Trillium: A Strong CNG Partner for Greater Indiana

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Alternative fuel grants and incentives are increasing demand for greener technology, which in turn, is driving corporate sustainability initiatives. One such corporation to introduce...

Blue Bird electric bus deployed by Indiana school district

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Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation (BCSC) has received a Blue Bird electric-powered school bus as part of a sustainability movement. This Indiana school district has...

The City of Bloomington: A Sustainable Leader

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The transportation sector is among the top generators of greenhouse gas emissions in Indiana and a leading contributor to emissions nationwide. Many cities throughout...

E15 in Indiana thanks to South Shore Clean Cities collaboration

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Rensselaer, Indiana -- Jasper County, Indiana will soon have its first E15 fueling station thanks to efforts from two farmer-owned cooperatives, the U.S. Department...

McGavic Outdoor Power: Zipping across Indiana University’s

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As students begin to return to Indiana University’s Bloomington campus for the start of the Fall semester, they might notice something different about the...

Landscape Solutions: Greener grass with propane lawnmowers

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Founded in 2003, Landscape Solutions (LS) is a landscape management provider that serves central Indiana and is headquartered in Noblesville. Landscape Solutions counts among...

Funding available for Indiana public safety agencies

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ST. JOHN, INDIANA — South Shore Clean Cities, Inc. is partnering with the Indiana Office of Energy Development to provide technical support for the...

South Shore Clean Cities members awarded Volkswagen grant

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ST. JOHN, INDIANA — South Shore Clean Cities members and partners on August 19 were awarded more than $5.3 million in Indiana Volkswagen Environmental...

South Shore Clean Cities, NIPSCO launch public EV charging station program

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ST. JOHN, INDIANA — South Shore Clean Cities, Inc. is partnering with Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) in a new program to deploy...

Porter County Sheriff’s Office receives new hybrid squad cars

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BY THE NUMBERS Eleven Ford Police Interceptor Hybrid SUVs38% less fuel use44,622 fewer gallons of gasoline per yearGreenhouse gas emissions reductions equal to removing 85...

South Shore Clean Cities brings first electric school bus to Indiana

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Carmel, IN — Carmel Clay Schools on June 24 welcomed the first all-electric school bus to Indiana, project partners announced. This is a part...

OPINION: The future for EVs in Indiana is now

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Have you ever visited a community and instantly felt they were somehow ahead of the curve? Maybe it was a matter of zoning that focused...

OPINION: Help make air quality gains a lasting legacy

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There's been a lot of good news lately about air quality in Indiana and the region. Air quality improvements are always something to cheer about....

OPINION: Changing workplaces & commutes could be a breath of fresh...

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Managing family and professional obligations is no easy task. For those managing companies while caring for spouses, children and/or aging parents, it can often be...