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NEOhio Clean Cities Around Town

Stakeholders take a tour of OCBC

September 15, 2012: Our quarterly stakeholder meeting was hosted by  Ohio City Bicycle Co-op Director Jim Sheehan on September 13th, 2012. Issues discussed were the regional anti-idling policies, the upcoming Diesel Emission Reduction Grant opportunities with the Ohio EPA and bicycling infrastructure related to Complete Streets

Our Coalition's First Annual Sunset Alt Fuel Rally & Cruise In at Whiskey Island

 

 

 

August 21, 2012: The Northeast Ohio Clean Cities Coalition hosted our first annual Sunset Clean Fuel Rally & Cruise in at Whiskey Island Marina.  Our stakeholders represented over 60 electric, natural gas, propane, biodiesel, commuter bikes and straight veggie oil conversions to hundreds of community members.  The event was highlighted by live music from the Crooked River Blues Band, food trucks Umami Moto and Cracked Cleveland and Great Lakes Brewing Company's Commodor Perry IPA against the backdrop of Lake Erie and gorgeous presentation by the Ohio Society for the Elevation of Kites. A great time was had by all promoting alt fuels. 

NEOhio Clean Cities Stakeholders in the News

Sept. 24, 2012: Stakeholders Ace Taxi and NatGasCar are highlighted in the Plain Dealer for their collaboration on adding natural gas powered vans to the taxi company's line up.  This project is funded in part through federal a Recovery Act grant and in collaboration with Clean Fuels Ohio and Clean Energy Corporation. A publicly accessible natural gas fueling station on E55th is part of the project.  Keep an eye on our calendar for information about the grand opening celebration.

July 9, 2012: Quasar Energy Group celebrates the opening of its first Cleveland Area anaerobic digester in the Collinwood Neighborhood.  In partnership with Forest City Enterprises and Cleveland Public Power, this facility creates electricity, heat, methane and high-quality fertilizer from liquid food and agricultural waste. Effective innovative energy technologies like this will be the driver for Cleveland's burgeoning economy.  Watch the facility being built on WKYC.  

Contact Elaine Barnes or 216-281-6468 ext 223 for program information.