SC4 is always seeking new partners to help us expand the reach of alternative fuels throughout Southern Colorado. Partner benefits include:
· Networking with other SC4 partners
· Opportunities to meet national alternative fuel technology experts.
· Access to potential new clients.
· Access to grants and funding resources.
· Training and educational opportunities.
· Active involvement in making your community a better place to live.
Every year, SC4 hosts various training sessions for partners of the coalition. These informational sessions include, but are not limited to: quarterly stakeholder meetings, information about the location of alternative fuel stations, trainings by industry experts on available alternative fuel vehicles, conversations with local fleet managers on their success stories, and opportunities to learn about available funding.
Access to Funding
Access to funding opportunities is an important benefit of becoming a stakeholder of SC4. The Department of Energy and various other organizations that offer grants and funding make announcements directly to Clean Cities Coalitions.
These opportunities are for a multitude of alternative fuel uses, such as vehicle purchase, infrastructure development, fuel purchasing, and research requests, amongst others. To be eligible to apply for some funds from the U.S. DOE, you must be a Clean Cities stakeholder. As a stakeholder of SC4 you will receive notification when these opportunities are announced and assistance in preparing the grant application (depending on stakeholder level).
All stakeholders receive the monthly SC4 eNewsletter containing events, educational opportunities, and the latest news on alternative fuels vehicles and refueling infrastructure from around southern Colorado.
Become a Stakeholder Today
Your annual participation confirms your commitment to improving our community’s air quality, reducing petroleum dependence, and working toward environmental/economic sustainability.