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Sarah Mark

City of Moline, Illinois Named 2022 Clean Fuels Champion by Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation (IACT)

The city, fleet and facilities manager Sarah Mark recognized for operating low-emission vehicles. CHICAGO, Dec. 7, 2022 – The City of Moline, Illinois has been named a Clean Fuels Champion by the Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation (IACT), a statewide nonprofit formerly known as Chicago Area Clean Cites Coalition. The Illinois alliance, whose mission is …

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Voice for Soy

Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation (IACT) Recognizes Sustainable Transportation Leaders

Leaders recognized for policy leadership, research, and EV charging solutions. CHICAGO, Dec. 7, 2022 – The Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation (IACT), formerly known as Chicago Area Clean Cities, has announced its 2022 Sustainable Transportation Award winners. The awards are given annually to organizations and individuals who take actions to locally reduce vehicle emissions and …

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IACT

Chicago Area Clean Cities Expands Statewide, Announces Name Change to Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation

Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation (IACT) to focus on greening vehicle fleets statewide. CHICAGO, Dec. 6, 2022 – Chicago Area Clean Cities Coalition is now the Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation (IACT), the nonprofit announced today. The name change and rebranding are part of the statewide designation process under the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean …

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Les Faul

Chicago Area Clean Cities Elects ComEd’s Fleet Manager Les Faul as Vice Chair of Coalition

Clean Cities coalition works to reduce vehicle emissions, improve air quality for the region. CHICAGO, Nov. 22, 2022 – The Chicago Area Clean Cities Coalition today announced that it has elected Les Faul, fleet operations manager for ComEd, as vice chair of its executive board. ComEd is the primary electric utility in the Chicago area, …

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ComEd and Chicago Area Clean Cities to Host Free, Virtual Event for Customers Interested in Electric Vehicles

Dec.1 webinar offers consumers access to experts from ComEd and regional partners to answer questions related to the transition to electric vehicles. CHICAGO, Nov. 9, 2022 – With electric vehicles (EVs) becoming more popular in Illinois and across the country, ComEd is working with a variety of stakeholders to help educate and empower customers looking …

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ComEd Toolkit Helps Customers Navigate Purchasing an Electric Vehicle

Resource is a one-stop-shop for navigating EV market options, available incentives, rate plans, and charging needs CHICAGO, Sep. 29, 2022 – Because navigating the emergent electric vehicle (EV) market can be intimidating, ComEd has created a one-stop-shop for those considering an EV purchase. The ComEd EV Toolkit provides information on savings, benefits and incentives for …

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IACT, formerly known as Chicago Area Clean Cities, is a voluntary, locally based coalition dedicated to reducing emissions from the transportation sector.

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