Our Partners

Driving on Energi has partnered with the following organizations:

ASG Renaissance

ASG Renaissance is one of North America’s leading service providers for the planning, development and execution of alternative fuel vehicles and programs. During its 25 year history,

ASG has carved out a unique niche in the clean tech industry by providing a wide range of services to organizations working to successfully market and develop alternative energy, advanced vehicle and environmentally sustainable technologies. These services include market research, sales/distribution, program management, engineering/technical support, marketing, public relations including social media, and event management.

Clean Cities

Clean CitiesThe U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program advances the nation’s economic, environmental and energy security by supporting local actions to reduce petroleum use in transportation. With a network of nearly 100 Clean Cities coalitions nationwide, these coalitions bring together stakeholders in the public and private sectors to deploy alternative and renewable fuels, idle-reduction measures, fuel economy improvement, and emerging transportation technologies. Since its inception in 1993, Clean Cities has saved nearly 6.5 billion gallons of petroleum. For more information on the national Clean Cities program, visit the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities website.

Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation

Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean TransportationThe Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation (EP-ACT) is comprised of public, private, utilities and municipal stakeholders in central and eastern Pennsylvania. Originally named the Greater Philadelphia Clean Cities Coalition and housed within the mayor’s office, EP-ACT was established more than 22 years ago in downtown Philadelphia, to help the city of Philadelphia, other local municipalities and utilities with their conversion from gasoline and diesel to alternative fuel sources.

Over time, EP-ACT built a reputation as a leading resource on alternative fuels, vehicles and technologies within the Delaware Valley. Recently, EP-ACT added an additional 29 counties to their coverage area. This expansion is indicative of the growing interest in alternative fuels and vehicles within the central and eastern Pennsylvania area.

For more information, visit the Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation website.

Empire Clean Cities

Empire Clean CitiesEmpire Clean Cities (formerly New York City and Lower Hudson Valley Clean Communities, Inc.) is a not-for-profit environmental organization with a mission to ensure clean air for future generations. Empire Clean Cities has been committed to providing citizens and stakeholders in the New York City and Lower Hudson Valley with access to reliable information about alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies since 2001.

For more information, visit the Empire Clean Cities website.

Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition

In March 1994, Boston became the 7th U.S. city to be designated a Clean Cities Coalition. This Coalition expanded its mission in 1999 to become a statewide initiative under its present-day name, the Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition (MCCC).

For more information, visit the Massachusetts Clean Cities website

New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition

New Jersey Clean CitiesThe NJ Clean Cities Coalition (NJCCC), is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit organization incorporated in the state of New Jersey for the promotion of education related to the development and use of alternative fuels, alternative fuels vehicles, and appropriate related infrastructure.

The NJCCC has established itself as one of the premiere organizations of its kind in NJ, having secured more than $17 million of grant funds on behalf of our stakeholders over the past four years. We have successfully established and executed public/private partnerships to leverage those federal investments with more than $35 million of non-federal funds. These funds might not have otherwise been invested in NJ.

For more information, visit New Jersey Clean Cities website.

Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition

Washington Clean CitiesThe GWRCCC is comprised of over 70 businesses, civic groups, and local government organizations servicing 22 counties in the nation’s capital metro region. It has brought together stakeholders in the public and private sectors to engage in over 60 education and outreach initiatives which assist in measurable improvements in regional petroleum use reductions, increase the use of alternative fuels, vehicles and infrastructure, promote economic opportunities in clean energy technologies, and encourage academic focused research on increased utilization of transportation energy efficiency options. GWRCCC also maintains a member relationship with the Washington Area New Auto Dealers Association to effectively market fuel-efficient technologies at over 280 dealerships in the metro area.

For more information, visit the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition website.

Ford Motor Company

Ford2Ford Motor Company is a global manufacturer of automobiles headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan. With about 224,000 employees and about 90 plants worldwide, the company’s plan is to build the best vehicles on the road today and make them affordable for millions. Ford supports initiatives and institutions that enhance the communities where it operates as well as practices a commitment to diversity, community service and environmental responsibility. Ford’s environmental commitment included the sale of more than 85,000 hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all-electric vehicles in the United States in 2013, a sales increase of nearly 150 percent from the prior year. 

Today, Ford delivers power of choice throughout its lineup, starting with five electrified vehicles – the CMAX Hybrid and Energi, Fusion Hybrid and Energi and Focus BEV (battery electric vehicle). Ford’s electrified vehicle line-up is based on more than 20 years of research and development, which resulted in nearly 500 Ford-held patents on electric and hybrid technology. Additionally, Ford has collected and analyzed more than 500,000 miles of data from the Ford Escape plug-in hybrid test fleet. That data helped Ford engineers understand how plug-in hybrid vehicle are driven and charged and how parts perform under numerous conditions. 

Both the CMAX Energy and Fusion Energi get their power through the combination of a gasoline engine and battery-driven electric motor. The motors are powered by advanced lithium-ion battery systems designed to maximize use of common, high-quality components, such as control board hardware. The lithium-ion batteries can be charged by connecting the vehicles’ external charge ports to either a standard 120-volt outlet or a 240-volt charge station.

New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) 

DOT20Logo greenNYCDOT Alternative Fuels Program has been actively supporting the development of alternative fuel efforts in the public and private sectors for the past 17 years. DOT is currently managing $30 million dollars in grant programs designed to transition fleets in the public and private sectors to alternative fuels.

For more information, visit the New York City Department of Transportation website.