TAMPA BAY CLEAN CITIES COALITION
The Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition's mission is to support efficient, clean, and sustainable transportation fuel use. We work with a diverse member and stakeholder base to deploy alternative fuel and other clean transportation technologies in the six-county Tampa Bay region.
U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm Meets with Tampa Bay Clean Cities Directors
In June of 2022, U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm was joined by U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor for a meeting with Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition at the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida.
"An amazing amount of coalitions are being built to ensure that we have clean cities and we're thinking about how transportation intersects with those cities - infrastructure, training, making sure people are comfortable with electric vehicles, making sure that research is done to ensure the right placement for example, of charging stations," said Granholm.
"As an organization that values maintaining a level of mobility that contributes to an enhanced quality of life for the Tampa Bay area, Tampa International Airport (TPA) is a proud member of Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition.
As the Tampa Bay area continues to grow, smart and sustainable transportation planning is needed now more than ever. TPA remains a dedicated member of TBCCC as we continue to strive for innovative transportation solutions that improve the health and welfare of our community and promote environmental stewardship."
Eric Caplan, Sustainability & Resilience Program Director
Tampa International Airport