Senator Rulli announcing AOAI at the 2/16 press conference Senator Rulli giving sponsor testimony on 3/29 Accelerating Ohio’s Auto Industry Clean Fuels Ohio [...]
On October 12, Congressman A. Donald McEachin (VA-04) introduced the Clean Cities Act to authorize the Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Program. Clean Fuels Ohio is one of 75 designated [...]
On August 10, the U.S. Senate passed the Infrastructure Investments and Jobs Act (IIJA) in a 69-30 vote. The bipartisan infrastructure bill would provide $973 billion over five years from [...]
The annual Energy Independence Summit (EIS) is the nation’s premier clean transportation policy summit, presented every year in Washington, DC by Transportation Energy Partners (TEP). This year, the Energy Independence Summit will take place [...]
During the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary, America got to meet someone who quickly became an unlikely favorite in households all across the country – Mayor Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg of [...]
Yesterday, President Joe Biden took great strides for energy and environmental policy. We believe this will benefit the health and well-being of Ohioans in a very positive way. By embracing data and science, the President’s administration has signaled that they are committed to ensuring a safer, healthier, and brighter future for us and our children.
With the start of a new year comes many opportunities for Clean Fuels Ohio and our stakeholders to engage in policy discussions at every level of government. One of the ways we have historically done this is via the Energy Independence Summit (EIS) hosted by Transportation Energy Partners. Each year, involved organizations from all over the country travel to Washington, D.C. to meet with Congressional Delegates to discuss issues relevant to clean energy and transportation at the federal level. This year, Clean Fuels Ohio plans to join in the EIS once again – albeit virtually.