As part of our commitment to reducing petroleum usage in San Francisco, the Clean Cities Coalition (SFCCC) offers a wide variety of conferences, workshops, and meetings on a wide range of topics; such as fuels, advanced vehicles, and the alternative transportation sector.
Founded in 1993 the Clean Cities Coalition is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) nationally coordinated and locally focused environmental initiative to encourage local decision-making, transition to reduce petroleum consumption and promote alternative transportation. The main goal of the Clean Cities Coalition is to reduce petroleum consumption in the United States by 2.5 billion gallons each year until the year 2020.
Throughout the United States, more than 8,400 stakeholders participate with 100 Clean Cities Coalitions which includes the Bay Area (East Bay, San Jose and San Francisco). In San Francisco our dynamic group of Clean Cities Coalition Stakeholders represents dedicated businesses, local governments, organizations, as well as state and federal agencies contributing to the reduction of petroleum consumption in San Francisco.
With our stakeholders the San Francisco Clean Cities Coalition builds partnerships to adopt petroleum reducing programs, which:
- Develop and use of alternative and renewable fuels.
- Implement of idle-reduction measures.
- Promote improved fuel economy.
- Encourage the development and use of new clean technologies.
The San Francisco Clean Cities Coalition (SFCCC) makes an important contribution to the overall reduction in petroleum consumption in the United States. San Francisco is committed to using more alternative fuel vehicles, developing clean fuels, and improved transportation options. Find out more about how you and your organization can become a SFCCC stakeholder and participate in this program.
Our Coordinator: Suzanne Loosen
Suzanne is a Clean Transportation Specialist at the San Francisco Department of the Environment, where she works with public- and private-sector stakeholders to facilitate reductions in petroleum use and improved air quality through the adoption of alternative fuels, vehicles, and technologies. Her background includes 20 years of experience in private and public sector environmental, infrastructure, and transportation program management and communications. Since 2011, she has worked closely with local governments, non-profit organizations, and community advocates to promote electric vehicle fleet and infrastructure planning, deployment and outreach. In San Francisco, she will continue this work and apply her skills to support the introduction of hydrogen fueling stations in San Francisco.
Suzanne’s interest in transportation planning comes from a background in environmental consulting, including brownfield remediation and redevelopment planning. She has a BA in International Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley.
Where We Are
1455 Market St, Suite 1200
San Francisco, CA 94103