Lake Michigan Clean Cities Consortium

The Lake Michigan Consortium is comprised of three Clean Cities Coalitions: Wisconsin Clean Cities, Chicago Area Clean Cities and South Shore Clean Cities. The three nonprofit coalitions are focused on promoting cleaner energy for private and public fleets in the Wisconsin, Chicago illinois area and Northern Indiana.

Created in 1999, the consortium is made up of more than 500 member organizations. It serves a geographic population of nearly 16 million people with 11 counties that hold non-attainment status for the U.S. EPA 2008 Ground Ozone standard.

The trio of coalitions holds numerous outreach events and trainings aimed at educating the public, fleets, and automotive technicians. There are nearly 100 Clean Cities coalitions across the country that are affiliated with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program, which brings together stakeholders to increase the use of alternative fuel and advanced-vehicle technologies, reduce idling, and improve fuel economy and air quality.


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