Clean Fuels Ohio (CFO) is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the use of cleaner, domestic fuels and efficient vehicles to the transportation industry, government, and the general public. The organization provides technical support to transportation professionals, advocates for sustainable transportation energy policies, and serves as a resource clearinghouse for fleets, policy makers, and the public.
In September 2011, Clean Fuels Ohio was awarded $500,000, one of sixteen grants nationwide, under the US Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Community Readiness and Planning for Plug-In Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure program to conduct a study that would result in an electric vehicle readiness plan for the State of Ohio. The EV Readiness Plan for Ohio is the culmination of over two years of collaborative work of a large coalition, led by Clean Fuels Ohio, that has grown to over 200 stakeholders including all major electric utilities, state agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, automobile manufacturers, industry representatives, local governments, universities and research firms. These stakeholders have been assembled to provide work, support, technical information and feedback necessary to complete a detailed statewide EV and EVSE readiness plan and supporting resources. The stakeholder group determined that the two primary priorities of the statewide plan were (1) infrastructure planning, and (2) education and outreach.
Check Out Our Newly Released EV Readiness Plan for Ohio (2013) below:
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