Alamo Area Clean Cities Coalition

About the Coalition

The Alamo Area Clean Cities Coalition (AACCC) is a voluntary, public/private partnership that advances the region's economic development, energy security, and environmental and public health by promoting policies and practices that reduce foreign petroleum consumption in transportation. The Alamo Area Clean Cities Coalition was designated in 1999 by the Department of Energy.

The Coalition's initiatives focus on: 

  • alternative fuels and alternative fuel vehicles
  • fuel blends
  • fuel economy
  • alternative transportation
  • hybrid and electric vehicles
  • idle reduction measures
  • partnership building

The Coalition is fuel and technology neutral, providing fleets with the most accurate and unbiased information on alternative fuels, vehicles, and fueling stations. 

AACCC is part of a network of almost one hundred coalitions within the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Clean Cities Program, covering 82% of the nation’s population. The Department of Energy provides education, technical assistance, access to grant funds and other services to assist in the implementation of the Coalition's initiatives.

Geographical Area

The Alamo Area Clean Cities Coalition covers 11,500 square miles and a population of more than 2.5 million people. The Coalition overlaps with AACOG’s service area covering thirteen counties, including Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Frio, Gillespie, Guadalupe, Karnes, Kendall, Kerr, McMullen, Medina, and Wilson counties. The AACCC service area includes 56 cities and municipalities, including the City of San Antonio.

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AACCC 2017 Petroleum Savings

The Alamo Area Clean Cities Coalition annual report details coalition projects and statistics, such as gallons of gasoline displaced and greenhouse gas emissions reduced.
Gasoline Gallons Equivalent Reduced in 2017
Greenhouse Gases Reduced in 2017