Palmetto Clean Fuels

 

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2017

Charleston County’s Annual Earth Day / Palmetto Clean Fuels Odyssey Day Festival

Date: Saturday, April 15th

Time: 11 am – 4 pm

Location: Riverfront Park, North Charleston

Details: A fun filled day of energy and alternative fuels, including  educational activities and live entertainment.

Palmetto Clean Fuels Coalition

Palmetto Clean Fuels (PCF) is an initiative of the South Carolina Energy Office and is part of the Clean Cities program, one of nearly 100 designated coalitions in the United States. The Department of Energy approved the application for PCF’s designation in 2003, recognizing the commitment of our stakeholders to building an alternative fuels market in South Carolina as a statewide coalition in 2004.

http://palmettocleanfuels.org/

Contact:
Landon Masters , Site Coordinator
email • (803) 737-8285 • Host Page

Maeve Mason
email • (803) 737-0411

2012

Date/Time:
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Event Location:
University of South Carolina’s Educational Fair outside the Russell House on Greene St

Contact:
Jennifer Taraskiewicz , Site Coordinator
email • (803) 737-8037 • Host Page

 


2010

Sponsors/Partners: South Carolina Energy Office, The Spinx Company, Palmetto Gas, GreenProFuels, Carolina Energy Distributors, South Carolina Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Alliance, Center for Hydrogen Research, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control – Bureau of Air Quality, City of Rock Hill, Clemson University, International Center for Automotive Research, York Technical College, Plug In Carolina, Midlands Biofuels, University of South Carolina and the USC Green Quad, AireDock Technologies, EnergyExtreme, Thurso Power Systems

Attendance: 85 industry experts, fleet managers, municipal leaders, consumers

Event Highlights: The 2010 Odyssey Week: Alternative Fuels Seminar was a four-day event in South Carolina with activities in Columbia, Sumter, Rock Hill, and Greenville. It served as a venue for dialogue between industry experts, fleet managers, and the general public. Each location started with the same introductory theme – The Business Case, a session targeted toward the local business community and municipal leaders who own and operate their own fleets. Industry experts presented the primary issues of investing in alternative fuel vehicles, focusing on the operational cost savings of certain alternative fuels for specific fleets. On the closing day, Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation of Gaffney, South Carolina, unveiled the All-Electric Walk-In Van, which is replacing old delivery vehicles at companies like FedEx and UPS. Secondly, State Senator Thomas Alexander, on behalf of the Governor of South Carolina, proclaimed October 2010 Energy Awareness Month.

Contact: Andrew Epting, Grants Coordinator
aepting@energy.sc.gov

803-737-4082

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