Related Links

There are a number of useful state and national resources related to alternative fuels and advanced transportation technologies. Visit their websites to learn more about what these organizations do and how they are helping to advance clean transportation. Send an email to cleantransportation@ncsu.edu if you would like to add your link to our list.

 

North Carolina

Biofuels Center of North Carolina
Blue Ridge Biofuels
Centralina Clean Cities Coalition
Filter Specialty, Inc (biodiesel)
Land of Sky Clean Vehicle Coalition
North Carolina Center for Automotive Research (NCCAR)
North Carolina Soybean Producers Association
North Carolina State Energy Office
North Carolina State University Energy Data Resources for Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association
Piedmont Biofuels
Sustainable Sandhills
Triangle Clean Cities Coalition

 

National

2010 Flex Fuel Vehicles Purchasing Guide
American Coalition for Ethanol
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Green Car Guide
American Methanol Institute
Electric Drive Transportation Association
Fuel Economy Ratings on fueleconomy.gov
National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium
National Biodiesel Board
National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition
National Propane Gas Association
Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition
National Renewable Energy Laboratory – Advanced Vehicles and Fuels Research
Propane Education and Research Council
Renewable Fuels Association
Southeast Alternative Fuels Task Force (U.S. EPA)
Southeast Diesel Collaborative

 

U.S. Department of Energy

Alternative Fuels Data Center
Clean Cities Program
Clean Fleet Guide
FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program

 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Alternative Fuels Page
Green Vehicle Guide
US Fuel Cell Council

 

Publications on Energy Sustainability

Sustainable Economy by Business Week
Raleigh Eco News by Sue Sturgis