Northern CO Smart Cities Regional Collaboration Initiative (NCSCRCI)
NCCC will engage regionally in Smart Cities activities that support the goals and objectives of the National Clean Cities Program. We will provide technical assistance and targeted outreach, within the North Front Range region of the coalition’s territory, specifically the cities of Boulder, Fort Collins, and Loveland, to raise awareness and foster a greater understanding of Smart Cities initiatives, including alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies, in order to decrease petroleum use in the transportation.
City of Boulder/CU Boulder/Transportation-Sustainability Dept
City of Ft Collins/CSU/Transportation-Sustainability Dept
City of Loveland/Transportation-Sustainability Dept
Annual Petroleum Displacement Report
Each year, Clean Cities coalitions across the nation survey their stakeholders in order to measure the amount of petroleum displaced through the use of alternative fuels and petroleum reductions strategies. Those results are then aggregated in order to form a local and national picture of the petroleum reduction market throughout the country. In 2016, NCCC stakeholders displaced 4.04 million gallons of petroleum and 20,000 tons of greenhouse gases.
Below, you can browse the full annual reports for our coalition. Within each one, alternative fuel projects are highlighted for local and statewide fleets and organizations. Details about each project are included, as well as the individual reductions of petroleum and greenhouse gases.
Annual Reports 2012-2016:
2016 Annual Petroleum Displacement Report
2015 Annual Petroleum Displacement Report
2014 Annual Petroleum Displacement Report
2013 Annual Petroleum Displacement Report
2012 Annual Petroleum Displacement Report
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