Clean Cities Coalition Management
is the parent company to two U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities
Shore Clean Cities and Wisconsin
Clean Cites. The Clean Cities program advances the nation's
economic, environmental and energy security by supporting local
actions to reduce petroleum use in transportation. Clean Cities
has saved more than 5 billion gallons of petroleum since its inception
Almost 18,000 stakeholders contribute to Clean Cities' goal and
accomplishments through participation in nearly 100 Clean Cities
coalitions across the country. Private companies, fuel suppliers,
local governments, vehicle manufacturers, national laboratories,
state and federal government agencies, and other organizations join
together under Clean Cities to implement alternative-transportation
solutions in their communities.
Legacy develops, writes and submits grant applications on behalf
of its clients and members; and also offers grant management for
each project. All efforts among these businesses work toward a cleaner
future through air quality and emission reductions, alternative
fuels, promotion of renewable resources and use of environmentally
friendly green products.
Shore Clean Cities
as the 71st Clean Cities Coalition on June 15, 1999, South Shore
Clean Cities, Inc. (SSCC) was founded on the principle that motivated
individuals working together for common goals best accomplish our
South Shore Clean Cities covers 18 counties across Northern Indiana
including Lake, Porter, LaPorte, St. Joseph, Elkhart, Lagrange,
Steuben, Newton, Jasper, Starke, Marshall Kosciusko, Noble, DeKalb,
Pulaski, Fulton, Whitley, and Benton County.
Carl Lisek, vice president of Legacy Environmental Services, Inc.,
is the Executive Director of South Shore Clean Cities.
initiatives spur new demand for alternative fuel vehicle products
that in turn, stimulates infrastructure development. These initiatives
ultimately assist the national market by challenging the industry
to develop product lines and new technologies to meet the constantly
changing demands of consumer and fleet vehicle markets.
Wisconsin Clean Cities was established in June 1994, and was located
within the state Department of Administration's (DOA) Madison office
building, under the Bureau of Transportation Services. In 1998,
the WCC program made the transition to the Southeastern Wisconsin
ozone nonattainment area and became an independent, self-sustaining
coalition within the Southeastern Wisconsin community. The U.S.
Department of Energy (DOE) Clean Cities program recognized the impact
and efforts of the coalition and on May 14, 2013, allowed them to
increase their territory to encompass the entire state and change
their name to Wisconsin Clean Cities (WCC).
Lorrie Lisek, president of Legacy Environmental Services, Inc.,
is the Executive Director of Wisconsin Clean Cities.