The Advanced Transportation Center of Southern California works to expand the adoption, production, design, and development of alternative fuels. Southern California has five alternative fuel types that have significant infrastructure development, which is the major focus of this site. However, newer alternative fuels are making their way onto the market, so as they expand into the Southern California region, the content on this site will change. See below for a list of the five alternative fuel types covered by the Advanced Transportation Center.
Alternative Fuel Additional Reading:
(Fuel specific sources listed within each category subpage).
U.S. Department of Energy – Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
- Clean Cities Alternative Fuels Data Center
- Clean Cities Alternative Fuel Price Report, July 2014
- Clean Cities Tools: Tools to help you save money, use less petroleum, and reduce emissions
Transportation Energy Future Series:
- Fuels: Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Expansion: Costs, Resources, Production Capacity, and Retail Availability for Low-Carbon Scenarios