ABOUT MICHIGAN CLEAN CITIES
Clean fuel. Clean air. Clean Cities.
Who We Are
Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC) is a coalition of stakeholders working to address the national challenge of petroleum dependence through local activities that grow the market for alternative fuels and advanced vehicles. Our projects achieve cleaner air and energy security in mid-Michigan through alternative fuel and vehicle usage, and fuel economy practices. Our members and stakeholders include fleets, corporations, nonprofit organizations, utilities, local governments, and individuals – anyone interested in ways cleaner fuels, vehicles, and practices can improve our air quality and energy security.
WHAT WE DO
We are a resource for local and national information on clean and alternative fuels and vehicles. We help to promote and expand the usage of clean transportation options in mid-Michigan.
- Have questions on how to incorporate alternative fuels into your fleet?
- Wondering which alternative technology vehicles are available now to meet your fleet’s needs?
- Want to learn how to save money on fuel costs?
Clean Cities Network
Clean Cities an initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy with the goal of improving air quality and energy security through petroleum displacement. Local coalitions, including GLACC, are public-private partnerships organized to educate and assist fleets and individuals in adopting the use of clean fuels and vehicles.
Maggie Striz Calnin
Clean Cities Coordinator
Maggie is the main point of contact for GLACC coalition stakeholders. She oversees the day-to-day efforts of the coalition. Contact Maggie by email at maggie [at] michigancleancities.org
Measuring Coalition Impact
Each spring, GLACC surveys coalition stakeholders to measure the impact of our collective activities on petroleum conservation and greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). This data helps GLACC understand what is working for area fleets as they adopt various alternative fuels and fuel conservation practices. By understanding what’s working here and nationally, GLACC personnel can better help our stakeholders analyze and implement solutions.
Growing LPG Markets
Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG, or Propane Autogas) is a widely used alternative fuel, but availability and pricing varies significantly across the country. GLACC and other Clean Cities coalitions around the country are working with fleets and fuel providers to research this issue and develop a report to help all stakeholders understand whether LPG is right for their operation. This report is expected to be completed by spring 2017. More on LPG available at the link below.
Electric Vehicle Opportunities: Learning, eVents, Experience (EVOLVE)
Eight Clean Cities Coalitions will collaborate with local partners in the Midwest EVOLVE project to promote and demonstrate plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) use with hands-on consumer experiences and in-depth education.
Our Board of Directors
With your support we will continue current and new programs to improve air quality, public health, and our economy through reduced dependence on petroleum. Our efforts help fleets and individual drivers make a difference. Your contribution today will help make our region stronger.