Our organization is your link to technological expertise, government policy developments, and project facilitation assistance. We are connected to equipment manufacturers, fuel suppliers, fleet managers, planners, engineers, economists, and industry associations nation-wide. Through federal sponsorship, membership fees, grants, and voluntary efforts of our members, we can offer the following benefits:
- Expand your network of industry contacts
- Provide access to technology research reviews
- Promote your organization at public events
- Keep you updated on alternative fuel news
- Set up workshops and training sessions
- Assist in efforts to obtain funding for your projects
The mission of the Greater Baton Rouge Clean Cities Coalition is to expand and improve the availability of alternative fueled vehicles in our region. We are part of several partnerships with plans to provide research reports, training programs, and public outreach for the purpose of promoting advanced fueling technologies. As a GBRCCC Stakeholder, you will have the opportunity to guide the projects in which the organization will participate throughout the coming years and benefit from the valuable service it provides.
Currently, Louisiana has two designated Clean Cities programs (Baton Rouge and New Orleans) and one in the works (Shreveport). The coordinators are making efforts to establish markets for biodiesel, ethanol, compressed natural gas, propane, hydrogen, batteries, and/or electricity as vehicle fuels.
Coalition activities involve organizing events, hosting meetings, providing materials, offering legislative input, and attending educational conferences. Stakeholders throughout the region gain value through our Clean Cities University curriculums, weekly technical reports, and training experiences. These national resources provided to Coordinators guarantee that our coalition has the most updated technical and policy information available.
The GBRCCC operates as a 501(c)(3) organization and has elected officers that provide management oversight for the organization on a volunteer basis. The coalition’s Coordinator is a part-time position supported through the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources contract. Your membership dues and charitable donations are applied directly towards the organization’s operating budget to fund activities that serve the GBRCCC mission. The value is clear. Clean Fuels for Clean Cities.
Show your support be sending in the GBRCCC Stakeholder Application today!
For more membership information and Stakeholder fee schedule, click here. To join, please fill out and return this Membership MOU document along with your Stakeholder dues or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Just want to stay informed? Sign up for our newsletter.
“Clean Fuels for a Greater Baton Rouge”
The Greater Baton Rouge Clean Cities Coalition is a designated affiliate of the Department of Energy program in conjunction with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. We appreciate support provided by the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources and all of our generous stakeholders. Membership to GBRCCC is available to the public at large.