Upcoming Events

LCF Annual Stakeholder Meeting

Join us for lunch and networking at the BRCC Automotive Technology Center for our Annual Stakeholder Meeting.
March 21, 2019 | 10:00 AM


Clean Cities Seeks Video Testimonials for 25th Anniversary Celebration

The National Clean Cities program turned 25 this year, and the celebration will continue throughout 2019. Louisiana Clean Fuels is part of the nearly 100 local Clean Cities organizations across the
US. Clean Cities coalitions foster the economic, environmental, and energy security of the United States by working locally to advance affordable, domestic transportation fuels and technologies.

As part of the festivities, the Department of Energy is collecting 30-second video testimonials from stakeholders across the country. We would love to collect testimonials from you, our stakeholders, to submit and to show locally.  

Videos should be around 30 seconds long and focus on a particularly successful project or accomplishment. If you’re interested in putting together a video, brush up on your skills with the following tips:

  • If you’re using a cell phone to shoot the video, remember to always hold it sideways
  • Use a tripod. Whether you’re using a professional camera or a phone, a tripod ensures a steady video. If you can’t get a tripod, stabilize the camera on a flat surface.
  • Use a microphone. If you can access one, even a simple microphone that runs off your phone can make a big difference in sound quality.
  • Consider the location. You want somewhere well lit, without too much background noise. Alternative fuel vehicles and fueling stations would make great backdrops.
  • Record for a few seconds before and after anything you say to ensure a clean shot.
  • Videos should be about Clean Cities as a whole - not Louisiana Clean Fuels in specific.
  • Please plan to have your video testimonial to us, by January 25.

We look forward to hearing from you!


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LCF's Publishes Annual Report Results for 2017

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It's your chance to brag... 2017 Clean Cities Annual Survey

It's time to send us your 2017 Alternative Fuel usage data for your Plug In Hybrid, EV, CNG and Propane vehicles. Also, we can report on your idle reduction and route optimization practices for the year!

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2017 Clean Cities Annual Survey

Each year we ask our stakeholders and area fleets to answer questions about their alternative fuel vehicles and equipment as well as their petroleum reduction activities. I am emailing to encourage your participation in this important program and make myself available for any questions you have regarding the survey. 

Louisiana Clean Fuels (LCF) is working with the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities Program to document activities from the 2017 calendar year, and want your organization to be included. By providing this information, you help ensure the effectiveness of the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities program, and highlight the successes of Louisiana fleets in the LCF territory like yours. Example activities include alternative fuel stations, vehicles, idle reduction, biofuels, and other fleet technology.

This year we are also launching our Green Fleets Certification Program. If your organization's data shows that you may qualify for certification, one of us will reach out to you to see if you would like to take part in this exciting new program.

The questionnaire is designed to take less than 10 minutes to complete. You may save your information and resume entering data at any time. BEGIN SURVEY

If you are not the appropriate contact, please forward this email to the best person to complete this survey. Please feel free to also forward this email to other organizations that you may know of who have also taken steps to reduce petroleum consumption. You are more than welcome to contact LCF if you have any questions or need assistance.

If you have any questions, feel free to respond to this email, or call our office us at 225-342-7972 or contact me directly via email.

Deadline: Please complete the survey by Friday, March 9, 2018.

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