Welcome To Central Florida Clean Cities

The Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition exists to promote petroleum reduction wherever possible.


A domestically produced, renewable fuel that can be made from vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled restaurant grease for use in diesel vehicles.


Using electricity to power vehicles can have significant energy security and emissions benefits.


Ethanol is a renewable fuel made from corn and other plant materials. Almost all gasoline in the U.S. contains ethanol in a low-level blend.


Hydrogen is a potentially emissions-free alternative fuel that can be produced from diverse domestic energy sources.

Natural Gas

This clean-burning alternative fuel can be used in vehicles as either compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG).


Propane, also known as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) or autogas, has been used worldwide as a vehicle fuel for decades.

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About Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition

The Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition is sponsored by the US Department of Energy and exists to promote petroleum reduction wherever possible. We support sustainable transportation practices, through efforts to advance deployment of alternative fuel technologies, mass transit projects, and fleet optimization measures throughout our coalition territory as well as with other Clean Cities Coalitions throughout Florida.

The Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition territory encompasses a ten-county area consisting of Brevard, Flagler, Indian River, Lake, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, St. Lucie and Volusia Counties.

Through coalition activities we aim to improve air quality, increase U.S. national energy security, and promote economic opportunities throughout Florida. Central Florida Clean Cities provides a forum for members to leverage resources, develop joint projects, collaborate on public policy issues, and promote petroleum displacement and clean air technologies in Florida. Central Florida Clean Cities has experience in building and facilitating public/private stakeholder groups, conducting technical education and outreach initiatives, and managing alternative fuel deployment programs.

The Coalition is a non-profit corporation and administered by the Florida Solar Energy Center.

Latest Posts

What are the key considerations when installing ethanol equipment at a fueling station?

For those new to ethanol fueling, installing the necessary infrastructure may be unchartered territory. From fuel specifications to dispensing regulations, the recently updated Handbook for Handling, Storing, and Dispensing ... read more

Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition 2016 Spring Recap

The Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition has been keeping busy, working to maintain its status as Central Florida’s leading alternative fuel technologies and vehicle advocates.  In February, Central Florida Clean Cities ... read more

Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Tire Strategies to Save Fuel

What vehicle tire strategies and technologies are available to save fuel? ... read more

New and Improved! AFLEET Tool 2016

What is the AFLEET Tool, how can I use it to make decisions about alternative fuels, and what are the recent improvements? ... read more

Florida Power & Light Achieves Key Emissions Reductions with Biodiesel

“Powered by Biodiesel” decals adorn Florida Power & Light Company’s (FPL) diesel vehicles as they traverse Florida and beyond. The signage highlights the key role this advanced biofuel is playing in the company’s ... read more

Question of the Month: What are the various vehicle weight classes and why do they matter?

How do I know which Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standard applies to my vehicle? What are the state emissions testing requirements for my vehicle? Would a medium-duty vehicle qualify for the plug-in electric drive ... read more

Question of the Month: It’s tax time! What are some common questions related to the federal tax credits for alternative fuels and infrastructure?

Tax season is upon us, and the recent federal tax incentive extensions and changes impact the alternative fuel and infrastructure tax credits. ... read more

Showcasing National Leadership, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer Joins Seven Other Mayors to Launch Energy Secure Cities Coalition and Highlight the City’s Transition of its Municipal Fleet to Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer joins coalition seeking to retire 50,000 petroleum-powered vehicles, saving tens of millions in taxpayer dollars and improving U.S. national and economic security. ... read more

Question of the Month: Clean Cities uses a lot of acronyms. What are the most important ones to understand?

Say What? 10 Clean Cities Acronyms You Should Know ... read more
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