Show Me the Money: Collaborative Strategies for Securing Funding


April 8, 2019

Join Transportation Energy Partners for a discussion on strategies to build partnerships to secure public and private sector funding for projects that advance markets and new technologies for cleaner fuels and vehicles. We were joined by representatives of the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition and Tucson Clean Cities Coalition.

Webinar slides are available for download here.


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Advancing Alternative Fuels Programs & Policies – FY2020 Appropriations Update


February 27, 2019

Join Transportation Energy Partners for a discussion on the federal FY2020 appropriations outlook and how we can use our work at Energy Independence Summit 2019 to protect alternative fuels policies and funding.

Webinar slides are available for download here.

Video will be posted shortly.


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Benefits of Transitioning Fleets to More Efficient Fuel Solutions


February 21, 2019

Transportation Energy Partners, Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities and EarthX hosted a webinar to discuss the benefits of transitioning vehicle fleets to cleaner, more efficient technologies.

Webinar slides are available for download here.

Video will be posted shortly.


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Preparing for Capitol Hill meetings at the Energy Independence Summit 2019

January 31, 2019

Federal Clean Transportation Policy’s future remains uncertain. Democrats will lead House and chair committees. House to bring back Select Committee on Climate change. Bipartisan support in Congress remains strong. DC consumed and paralyzed by shutdown. Administration likely to continue to propose cuts to Clean Energy Programs. Budget negotiations will be tricky. Infrastructure legislation could move.

Webinar slides are available for download here.


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What the Recent Election Means for the DOE Clean Cities Program

December 10, 2018

The Democrats have taken control of the House, while the Republicans have gained seats in the Senate.  What will this mean for the future of the DOE Clean Cities program?  What will it mean for the alternative fuels tax incentives? How will the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) fare?

Webinar slides are available for download here.


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Protecting Clean Cities and Alternative Fuels Funding during the FY 2019 Appropriations Process

March 6, 2018

The FY 2019 Appropriations process is already underway, and our next step is to ensure that hard work of the Energy Independence Summit attendees goes towards protecting federal funding for Clean Cities and other alternative fuels programs. In this webinar we discussed the latest information regarding funding for the remaining part of FY 2018 and the outlook for FY 2019, and how you can help support our efforts during the next few weeks.

Webinar slides are available for download here.


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Energy Independence Summit 2018 Policy Update

January 23, 2018

What do stalled budget negotiations mean for clean energy programs? In this webinar we discussed:

    • The latest news on what the inability of Congress to reach a budget agreement and the government shutdown mean for alternative energy policies and the Clean Cities program;
    • Strategies for renewing the expired alternative fuels tax incentives;
    • How you can support TEP’s efforts to maintain funding for the Clean Cities program;
    • Preparing yourself and your stakeholders for your Capitol Hill Day meetings at the upcoming Energy Independence Summit 2018.

Webinar slides are available for download here.


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Federal Policy Update: What does Budget Uncertainty Mean for Clean Cities and Other Alternative Fuels Programs?

Dec 13, 2017

President Trump recently outlined his budget priorities for the quickly approaching FY 2018 appropriations process. This webinar will focus on strategies for protecting funding for the DOE Clean Cities program and other alternative fuels programs, including:

    • The timeline and process for finalizing the FY 2017 budget and developing the FY 2018 funding level;
    • Strategies for building on the bipartisan support for alternative fuels policies and programs;
    • Specific actions you and your stakeholders can take to maintain momentum for the clean transportation industry.
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The FY 2018 Budget Process: Protecting Clean Cities Funding and Other Alternative Fuels Programs

Mar 9, 2017

President Trump recently outlined his budget priorities and the FY 2018 appropriations process will soon be under way. This webinar will focus on strategies for protecting funding for the DOE Clean Cities program and other alternative fuels programs, including:

    • The timeline and process for finalizing the FY 2017 budget and developing the FY 2018 funding levels
    • Strategies for building on the bipartisan support for alternative fuels policies and programs
    • Specific actions you and your stakeholders can take to maintain momentum for the clean transportation industry
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The outlook for alternative fuels under the new Administration and Congress

Jan 25, 2017

    • Our 2017 policy priorities and strategies for advancing alternative fuels;
    • Strategies for renewing the expired alternative fuels tax incentives as the new Administration and Congress undertake tax reform.
    • How you can support TEP’s plan to maintain funding for the Clean Cities program.
    • Actions you can take to combat the oil industry’s attack on the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS).
    • Preparing yourself and your stakeholders to maximize your effectiveness on Capitol Hill Day at the upcoming Energy Independence Summit 2017.
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What the Trump Administration means for alternative fuels

Dec 8th, 2016

  • What will this mean for alternative fuels and vehicles?
  • Who will be the key energy, transportation, and environment leaders for the new Administration?
  • How will efforts to implement tax reform impact alternative fuels incentives?
  • What is the outlook for the Renewable Fuels Standard?
  • How do we maintain momentum for the DOE Clean Cities program?

We discussed these questions and our strategy going forward with our Washington policy experts.

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Transportation Energy Partners FY 2017 Update for Energy Independence Summit 2016

Jan 29th, 2016

During the webinar, our government affairs experts addressed the following topics:

  • Clean Transportation Victories in 2015;
  • Actions you can take to help preserve the Renewable Fuels Standard;
  • How you can help maintain increased funding for the Clean Cities program in FY 2017;
  • Preparing yourself and your stakeholders to maximize your effectiveness on Capitol Hill Day at the upcoming Energy Independence Summit 2016.