Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership

Who We Are

Housed at the Regional Planning Commission, the Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership (SLCFP) is a coalition of local fleet managers, mechanics, alternative fuel and technology providers, local and state government agencies, non-profit organizations, and interested individuals who work to improve the region’s environmental and public health, energy security, and economic development opportunities by promoting policies and practices that reduce petroleum consumption and emissions in transportation.

Our Focus

The Clean Fuel Partnership’s initiatives focus on assisting transportation fleets to:

  • Increase the use of cleaner fuels and alternative fuel vehicles
  • Diversify our transportation fuel sources
  • Reduce consumption of fuel and emissions by promoting fuel saving technologies and policies.

Read Our Southeast Louisiana Electric Vehicle Readiness Guide!

Download the Guide here

The Southeast Louisiana Electric Vehicle Readiness Guide (pub. January 2022) provides a comprehensive introduction to electric vehicle (EV) technology and how to transition to an electrified transportation system, informed by regional housing, income, and population data. The guide outlines identified barriers for adoption and showcases best practices to help develop strategies that will promote electrification of the region’s transportation systems, greater mobility access, and a cleaner environment – all of which leads to more opportunity for prosperity in Southeast Louisiana for generations to come.

As an accompanying tool to this guide, there is an online regional ArcGIS Mapping Viewer available to help visualize and analyze pertinent regional data that will assist local decision making processes for future electric vehicle charging infrastructure implementation.

What is Clean Cities?

SLCFP is part of a network of numerous US Dept. of Energy-Designated Clean Cities Coalitions that provides education, technical assistance, and access to grant funds to promote the use of cleaner fuels and energy efficient technologies in transportation.

Learn More

Explore the Clean Fuel Partnership website to learn about its initiatives and local clean fleet partners. If you have questions or are interested in transitioning your fleet to cleaner fuel and implementing energy saving technologies and policies, contact the Clean Fuel Partnership at [email protected] or click here to submit an interest form.

For additional information on cleaner transportation options, please visit the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center and the national Clean Cities Coalition website.

Clean Cities Interest Form
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