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 Clean Fuel and Transportation Initiatives

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Clean Transportation in Delaware

  

young girl plugging in a Ford Fusion electric vehicle Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles are a great option for families, commuters, and business fleets. Cheaper to fuel and cleaner for the environment than gas cars, they're better for your wallet and our air. Learn about money-back offers for purchasing yours rebates are available up to $3,500 from the state, and others may be available from manufacturers. Along with propane and natural gas vehicles, electric vehicles are considered "alternative fuel vehicles" because they run on something other than gasoline.

Clean Vehicle Rebates           Charging Station Rebates       DE Charging Map

  

Ford Fusion electric vehicle plugged into an outdoor charging station Delaware Workplace Charging Campaign

Employers that install workplace charging stations set an example of environmental and social responsibility to their employees, partners, and competitors. Workplace charging makes it possible for commuting employees to drive electric, and opens up opportunities for electric fleet vehicles, which are cheaper to fuel and maintain than gas vehicles. Participating workplaces are eligible for multiple rebates of 75 percent of the cost of charging equipment, up to $5,000 per rebate. Technical guidance and resources are also available.

Learn more about workplace charging!

 

 

Delaware Clean Cities Coalition

The Delaware Clean Cities Coalition is a collaborative group of transportation professionals, stakeholders, and Delaware state agency representatives that works to reduce petroleum use for transportation. Funded by the US Department of Energy, the national Clean Cities program has saved more than 3 billion gallons of petroleum in the United States since 1993, advancing America's energy, economic, and environmental security. 

Delaware Clean Cities Coalition       National Clean Cities

 

A row of alternative fuel school buses Propane and Natural Gas Vehicles

Vehicles in all shapes and sizes from sedans and pick-up trucks to school buses and heavy-duty big rigs can be designed or converted to run on natural gas or propane  fuels that offer lower, steadier prices and fewer polluting emissions than gasoline. Along with electric vehicles, propane and natural gas vehicles are considered "alternative fuel vehicles" because they run on something other than gasoline. Bi-fuel vehicles are equipped to run on gasoline or diesel, and natural gas or propane.

Clean Vehicle Rebates     Bi-fuel Vehicle Rebate Program     Heavy-Duty Vehicle Rebates 

 

 
 

Transportation Climate Initiative LogoTransportation & Climate Initiative

DNREC's Division of Energy & Climate is an active participant in the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI), housed in the Georgetown Climate Center. Founded in 2010, TCI is a regional collaboration of 12 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic jurisdictions that seeks to develop the clean energy economy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector.

Transportation & Climate Initiative

 

Volkswagon GolfVolkswagen Settlement: What it means for Delaware

In 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found that Volkswagen had violated the Clean Air Act. As a result of the settlement for this case, Volkswagen has agreed to several programs for cleaner transportation, including vehicle buy backs, investing money into zero emission vehicles and infrastructure, and providing funds to states for projects that reduce NOx emissions.

Delaware Mitigation Plan: The Delaware Division of Air Quality will receive the settlement funds allocated to Delaware. The Delaware Mitigation Plan webpage includes information on how to submit a public comment and how funds will be used.

Vehicle Buyback and Compensation.      Volkswagon Zero Emissions Vehicle Investment

 

 


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