About Alternative Fueled Vehicles Program



The Alternative Fueled Vehicles Program assists State agencies, authorities, and State universities in acquiring and utilizing alternative fueled vehicles, and in meeting federal requirements for purchasing such vehicles. The driving force of this program, the Clean Fueled Vehicles Council, is a working group of 18 State entities, chaired by the Commissioner of General Services, that was established to guide the progress of the State's initiative to incorporate alternative fueled vehicles into its daily operations. Working through the Council, this program is responsible for developing a critically important fueling infrastructure network to support the increasing numbers of alternative fueled vehicles in the State's fleet.

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