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The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality today announced that up to $7.7 million in grants is being made available to encourage entities that operate large fleets of vehicles in Texas to replace diesel-powered vehicles with alternative fuel or hybrid vehicles.

SuperShuttle.  You know, the blue vans with the bright yellow writing on the side?  They’re the nation’s leading  shared-ride airport shuttle service transporting more than 8 million passengers a year nationwide.  Across the United States, SuperShuttle has made it a mission to switch to alternative fuels. And in Austin, SuperShuttle is making a big splash by converting their vans to compressed natural gas thanks to the help of Clean Energy.

We all love the rain bringing green grass, and pray it continues through the summer, especially our landscaper friends! Of course landscapers also hope there are no Ozone Action Days! You know…those days when your operations may have restrictions because the air quality is expected to reach unhealthy levels. But really, what’s the big deal?


DOE Clean Cities

Visit DOE Clean Cities for more information on the Clean Cities program as well as useful alternative fuels tools and publications.

Grants & Incentives

Securing funding is critical transportation alternative fuels projects. Click here to see DOE's database of incentives.

Alt. Fuels Data Center

The AFDC provides information, tools, and data to help you make decisions about alternative fuels and advanced vehicle options.


This website compares gas mileage, emissions, air pollution ratings, and safety data for new and used conventional and alt. fuel vehicles.