Renewable Energy & Low-Carbon Fuels

Overview

Renewable Energy & Low-Carbon Fuels

Energy generated from renewable sources produces less greenhouse gas emissions than energy generated from conventional sources. Low carbon fuels are those that are formulated to produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions.

 

 

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Zero Emission Vehicles: Community Readiness Guidebook

Numerous state agencies and ZEV experts have collaborated to prepare the Community Readiness Guidebook, which provides helpful information to local and regional governments, community leaders and residents prepare as they make the switch to zero emission vehicles. The Guidebook highlights many aspects of ZEV readiness, including necessary infrastructure, planning and zoning, permitting guidelines, greening local fleets and encouraging consumers through incentives and outreach.

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New Resource Available on ZEV Community Readiness

Numerous state agencies and ZEV experts have collaborated to prepare the Community Readiness Guidebook, which provides helpful information to local and regional governments, community leaders and residents prepare as they make the switch to zero emission vehicles.

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Renewable Energy Case Stories

Cities and counties are leading by example and undertaking a range of activities to create more sustainable communities.  These case stories review different local agencies’ experiences related to renewable energy activities.

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Low-Carbon Fuels Case Stories

Cities and counties are leading by example and undertaking a range of activities to create more sustainable communities.  These case stories review different local agencies’ experiences related to low-carbon fuel activities.

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Renewable Energy Resources

These resources will help inform your renewable energy activities. Resources include links to organizations, state and federal agencies, tools, guides and tip sheets to support your work.  You’ll also find examples of programs and materials from cities and counties.

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Low-Carbon Fuels Resources

These resources will help inform your low-carbon fuels activities. Resources include links to organizations, state and federal agencies, tools, guides and tip sheets to support your work.  You’ll also find examples of programs and materials from cities and counties.

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