Seeking Input on Medium and Heavy-Duty
Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Needs from West Coast Stakeholders
The West Coast Collaborative’s Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Corridor Coalition (WCC AFICC) is seeking input from fleets, equipment users and fuel providers on alternative fuel infrastructure investment needs for natural gas, propane, hydrogen, and plug-in electric medium and heavy-duty (M/HD) vehicles/equipment operating in California, Oregon, and Washington.
To collect this information, the WCC AFICC team has developed two surveys to evaluate the funding resources needed to enable alternative fuel infrastructure development to support M/HD on-road and off-road fleet operations along the West Coast.
ACTION by Friday, April 26th – Share your input regarding needed M/HD compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, propane, hydrogen and/or electric charging infrastructure investments in California, Oregon and/or Washington by taking the appropriate survey below.
Fleets and Facilities Survey
Fueling Infrastructure Providers Survey
Feedback from these surveys will help the WCC AFICC develop a multi-state plan that will identify critical infrastructure gaps, evaluate projects ready for implementation, and highlight the required investments needed to support M/HD alternative fuel vehicle/equipment deployment along the West Coast.
The plan document will help build the case for needed infrastructure investments and can be used to support future funding opportunities for West Coast stakeholders. The WCC AFICC team is currently aiming to publish the plan document in Fall 2019, and your timely survey responses will be critical in meeting this objective.
To learn more about the WCC AFICC and view our recent webinar series, please visit https://westcoastcollaborative.org/workgroup/wkgrp-fuels.htm#webinar
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