Chicago Area Clean Cities’ members include public and private fleets, federal, state and local governments, auto manufacturers, car dealerships, fuel suppliers, conversion companies, environmental organizations, corporations, small businesses, and individuals. These stakeholders come together to share information and resources, educate the public, help craft public policy, and collaborate on projects that reduce petroleum use and improve air quality.
Investing in locally based fuels and technologies like biodiesel, compressed natural gas, electricity and propane not only protects the environment and supports our regional economy, but can also green your bottom line.
Get involved in the coalition to help make a better world and a better Chicago community.
Participate in the coalition as a member and get the following benefits:
It pays to be a CACC Member! Members have access to discounted registration on events and conferences (ex: NTEA’s Work Truck Expo, Green Fleet Expo and ACT Expo have offered discounts to Clean Cities Members in the past). There is no fee for members to attend the coalition’s annual December meeting and holiday reception.
Membership in the coalition provides a forum for joint action in working towards the common goals of reducing air pollution, climate change and the importation of petroleum.
Membership in the coalition identifies your business or agency as environmentally friendly and active in addressing environmental concerns.
As a stakeholder in the coalition, you will have access to the most up-to-date information on funding opportunities.
CACC provides up-to-date information on the latest developments in alternative fuel vehicles. The coalition can also assist in determining what vehicles are most appropriate for a given application.
Coalition membership provides access to entities currently employing alternative fuel vehicles, providing the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others.
The development of partnerships among members allow for the leveraging of resources and the sharing of costs, such as developing shared fueling facilities or providing access to existing private facilities.