SACRAMENTO, CA -- The California Energy Commission has unveiled "Drive," a new website providing industry professionals, fleet managers and consumers with information about greener transportation choices for the 21st century.
"The new website presents a much needed, clear view of the state's Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program," said Energy Commission Vice Chair James Boyd. "This landmark economic development program provides as much as $100 million annually in competitive grants and financial incentives to develop alternatives to fossil fuels.”
The "Drive" website details a range of transportation projects -- from producing renewable fuels, to installing new fueling and charging stations for electric cars and other alternative fuel vehicles, to training the workforce that supports the ever-evolving transportation industry.
"Drive" is located on the California Energy Commission's website. To access it, click here.