Project Assistance

The U.S. Department of Energy's Vehicle Technologies Office Technology Integration Program provides project assistance in the form of Clean Cities and Communities, technical assistance, and project funding to help stakeholders in the public and private sectors implement alternative and renewable fuels, idle reduction measures, efficiency improvements, and emerging transportation technologies.

To see project examples, explore funded projects and alternative transportation case studies.

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Clean Cities and Communities Coalitions

Contact a coalition in your area for assistance with your projects involving alternative and renewable fuels, electric vehicles, idle-reduction measures, efficiency improvements, and emerging transportation technologies. Many coalitions offer training and workshops covering the latest technologies and practices. Coalitions also connect stakeholders to share experiences and expertise, identify potential project partners, and engage underserved and overburdened communities to improve equitable access to clean transportation options.

Technical Assistance

The Vehicle Technologies Office funds the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to offer technical assistance and individual consultations to connect transportation stakeholders with objective information and experts to assist with alternative fuels and emerging transportation technologies. Sample topics include electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, efficiency improvements, and energy efficient mobility systems.

Project Funding

Financial assistance may be available to support transportation projects. Learn about funding opportunities from the Vehicle Technologies Office or browse available federal and state laws and incentives. Contact a Clean Cities and Communities coalition to learn about local funding opportunities.