Alternative Fuel News, Vol. 4, No. 2
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Alternative Fuel News, Vol. 4, No. 2

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      NTL-ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT-Alternative Fuels ; NTL-ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT ;
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      Drivers across the country are

      experiencing first hand our nation’s dependence on foreign petroleum. As they reach deeper into their pockets at their

      trips to the pump, the benefits of AFV use become more apparent and the Clean Cities message grows more critical.

      President Clinton reinforced this message when he signed Executive Order 13149 earlier this year. The new Executive

      Order shifts the federal fleet focus from vehicle acquisitions to alternative fuel use and petroleum displacement. You can

      learn more about this new directive and what it means for Clean Cities in our cover story.

      And just as the need for Clean Cities becomes more readily apparent, the program’s momentum continues to grow.

      New coalitions are joining the program and new partnerships are creating opportunities for AFV projects. In May we

      broke all previous attendance records at the Sixth National Clean Cities Conference. Nearly 1,000 AFV enthusiasts

      gathered in San Diego for an action-packed week of discussions, training sessions, exhibits, ride-and-drives, and fun.

      Many thanks to the host coalition, the San Diego Regional Alternative Fuels Partnership, for its outstanding efforts to

      make this year’s conference the best we’ve had so far.

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