About the Greater Houston Clean Cities Coalition
The mission of the Houston Galveston Clean Cities Coalition (HGCCC) is to reduce air pollution through the displacement of petroleum by promoting and facilitating the usage of alternative fuels, advanced vehicle technologies, and fuel conservation strategies.
The HGCCC was originally created in 1994. It is one of almost 100 DOE-designated Clean Cities Coalitions across the nation, that participate in the national Clean Cities ProgramThe Coalition is a fuel neutral organization, housed and staffed by the Houston-Galveston Area Council air quality group. Funding, education, and outreach benefits both our region's air quality and economy.
Primarily, the HGCCC promotes advanced transportation solutions through outreach and education activities.The HGCCC also acts as a catalyst and facilitates implementation by working closely with H-GAC's Clean Vehicles Program and other funding initiatives, in order to assist organizations in trying to secure funding for projects.
The HGCCC abides by a set of Organizational Principles & Guidelines, adopted on October 22, 2008. Membership in the HGCCC is open to any individual or organization who supports the Coalition's mission statement; more information on membership can be found here.
The HGCCC meets on a quarterly basis, publishes quarterly e-Newsletters, and conducts a regional annual survey. For more information, please contact the Clean Cities Coordinator at email@example.com.
Clean Cities/Clean Vehicles is a program of the
Houston-Galveston Area Council
3555 Timmons, Suite 120, Houston,
713.627.3200 • Fax 713.993.4508