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Long Beach Clean Cities works with vehicle fleets, fuel providers, community leaders, and other stakeholders to reduce petroleum use in transportation.


  • LBCC Stakeholder City of Long Beach Recognized as a 2022 Top Green Fleet

    Long Beach Clean Cities stakeholder, the City of Long Beach, has been recognized by Heavy Duty Trucking as a 2022 Top Green Fleet. The city is among the greenest fleets in the country and only one of two government fleets that made the list. The Top Green Fleets are selected for their sustainability efforts in…

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  • CARB Updates HVIP for FY23-23

    CARB approved the FY22-23 Funding Plan for Clean Transportation Incentives, which includes an historic $2.6 billion for clean cars, trucks and mobility options. The policy changes provide an allocation of over $1.7 billion to be administered by the Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP).  Click here to view all of the…

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  • Drive to Zero Launches ZETI Data Explorer

    CALSTART’s Drive to Zero program released an interactive online resource, Zero-Emission Technology Inventory (ZETI) Data Explorer, to establish a current and shared knowledge base for worldwide commercially available offerings of zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicles (MHDVs). The tool aims to provide fleets and governments with comprehensive information including regions where zero-emission brands are available for…

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  • Green Port Fair at the Port of Long Beach, Nov. 5

    The Port of Long Beach invites the public to their Green Port Fair on Saturday, November 5. The Port is working to become the world’s first zero-emissions seaport and the fair will give everyone a chance to see how they’re working towards environmental sustainability and moving to eliminations all emissions. The free event will feature…

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Clean Cities at Mobilize Summit 2022

United Soybean Board Hosts Long Beach Clean Cities and MEMA at the Petersen Museum