Local governments, businesses, hospitals, and schools across the country are saving money and enjoying cleaner air by transitioning fleets to U.S. clean fuels and advanced vehicle technologies. But too often, rural communities miss out on these benefits because they don’t have equitable access to information, infrastructure, and financing support.
Join our webinar to learn about federal resources available to help rural communities save money, reduce air pollution, meet decarbonization goals, and enhance economic development by transitioning fleets to American made alternative fuels and vehicles. Ken Brown, TEP’s executive director, will lead a discussion on:
- What the recently enacted Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, and potentially the Build Back Better Act currently being debated, means for small and rural communities.
- How your community can get ready to access current and planned federal incentives for transitioning fleets to biodiesel, propane, natural gas, electric, and hydrogen.
- How one rural community law enforcement department has cut fuel and maintenance costs and reduced air pollution by transitioning to cleaner, US fuels.