Wisconsin Smart Fleet

Companies and governmental agencies talk a lot about being “green” or working toward “sustainability.” Regardless of which buzz word is used, the goal remains the same: to reduce the organization’s carbon footprint, leave the world a better place and meet internal economic goals. To help fleets achieve these objectives, Wisconsin Clean Cities (WCC) is providing fleets with a planning tool and outline of options available to meet their specific needs dubbed Wisconsin Smart Fleet program.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in 2014 launched Forwarding Wisconsin’s Fuel Choice, a two-year grant program in partnership with the Wisconsin State Energy Office, Wisconsin Clean Cities and the Wisconsin State Technical College System. The program focused on implementing policies, training and educational initiatives while reducing barriers to the expansion of the alternative fuels market in the state. Additional goals included reducing petroleum consumption in the transportation sector, assisting the nation’s energy security, supporting economic development and job creation.

Through the Forwarding Wisconsin's Fuel Choice grant, WCC developed and launched the Wisconsin Smart Fleet (WSF) program, which helps fleets improve their overall sustainability. The program was designed to provide fleets with planning tools while simultaneously outlining options available for improving their vehicle choices. The WSF program helps fleets reduce their carbon footprint without deviating from their economic goals. Although the grant period has expired, we know the program can still positively impact fleets, which is why we are moving the Wisconsin Smart Fleet (WSF) program forward.

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