Calling all fleets and alternative fuel station operators! Each year, Clean Fuels Ohio collects data on Ohio’s successful alternative fuel, vehicle, and efficiency technology projects over the previous year. We submit this and additional information as an annual report to the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Clean Cities program, which uses the information to inform the public on the state of the nation’s energy use impacts, greenhouse gas reductions, and alternative vehicle/fuel station numbers!

Data gathering and documentation is currently ongoing for 2021. If you operate alternative fuel vehicles or stations or have achieved efficiency improvements in your fleet, we encourage you to help us showcase Ohio’s success stories! Represent your organization by clicking here to take the survey.

Are you connected with other fleets or station operators? Feel free to share the survey with any partners that may also be deploying alternative fuels or energy efficiency technologies. We ask that you please complete the survey by February 14th.

The data you submit will be treated anonymously by the DOE. It will then be compiled into an aggregate display and posted to the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities website. Showcased below is a snapshot of what the nation’s current alternative fuels technologies look like! For more visualizations click the link above or see Ohio’s impacts by visiting Clean Fuels Ohio’s page on the Clean Cities Coalition Network here:

A link to our FAQ’s can be found here. If you have any further questions or would like more information on the survey, please don’t hesitate to contact Clean Fuels Ohio’s Consulting Services team by email at: or