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Clean Cities Now Vol. 16, No. 2 Page 2
Thank you for reading the latest edition of Clean Cities Now,
the official newsletter of the U.S. Department of Energy's
Clean Cities program. This biannual publication showcases
program activities, accomplishments, and resources and cel-
ebrates the successes of Clean Cities' nearly 100 coalitions as
they work to reduce petroleum use in transportation.
We hope you enjoy this issue. Let us know what you think at
f vDennis A. Smith
National Clean Cities Director
" National Clean Cities Co-Director
Photos (top) from DOE, NREL/PlX 17030; (bottom) by Trish Cozart, NREL/PIX 17004
Tool Tips - - - --.................................2
Prog ram N ew s .................................3
Fleet Experiences: Essential Baking Co............4
Coordinator Profile: Pete Polubiatko ..............5
Feature: Explore the new Alternative Fuels
Data Center ..............................
Coalition New s ...............................
Ask the Technical Response Service ..............11
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Editor: Julie Sutor, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Writers: Julie Sutor, Julia Thomas, and Ernie Tucker, NREL
Design: Dean Armstrong, NREL
Clean Cities develops a wide variety of Web-
based tools to help fleets, fuel providers, and
consumers find ways to employ alternative
fuels, advanced vehicles, and fuel economy
Petroleum Reduction Planning Tool
Things just got easier for fleet managers who
are searching for the best strategies to reduce
petroleum use, greenhouse gas emissions, and
The newly redesigned Petroleum Reduction
Planning Tool, available online at the Alternative
Fuels Data Center (www.afdc.energy.gov/prep),
is an interactive Web application that quanti-
fies the benefits associated with the adoption
of alternative fuels, advanced vehicles, and fuel
"Fleets across the country are trying to reduce
their petroleum use and cut emissions," said
Project Manager Witt Sparks of the National
Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). "This tool
provides insights into which strategies will help
them reach their targets. A fleet manager can sit
down in front of a single Web page, explore mul-
tiple strategies, and know what the energy and
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