The NAFTC was pleased to host members of the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities Program recently at its Morgantown, West Virginia, headquarters. The NAFTC works closely with the Clean Cities Program on many occasions, but primarily through its partnership in the production of the National AFV Day Odyssey program, coordinated by the NAFTC.

The Clean Cities Program consists of a network of more than eighty coalitions, which develop public/private partnerships to promote alternative fuels and vehicles, fuel blends, fuel economy, hybrid vehicles, and idle reduction.

DOE Clean Cities Program meets at NAFTC

Dennis Smith (third from left), Director of the U.S. DOE Clean Cities Program, was joined by several other Clean Cities Program members – (left to right) Mike Bednarz, Ernie Parks, Steve Richardson, Judy Moore (NAFTC), Bill Davis (NAFTC), Marcy Rood, Al Ebron (NAFTC), Randall Levelle (NAFTC), Neil Kirschner, and Mike Scarpino.

NAFTC National Instructor Scott Martin gives a lesson on an all-electric vehicle

NAFTC National Instructor Scott Martin gives Mike Bednarz a bit of basic information on an all-electric NAFTC training vehicle before Bednarz takes it for a test drive.




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