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Clean Fuels Ohio Coalition

The Clean Fuels Ohio coalition works with vehicle fleets, fuel providers, community leaders, and other stakeholders to reduce petroleum use in transportation.
Clean Fuels Ohio coalition

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Sam Spofforth
614-884-7336
sam@cleanfuelsohio.org
Andrew Conley
614-884-7336
andrew@cleanfuelsohio.org
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Clean Cities Coordinators

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Sam Spofforth
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Andrew Conley
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Sam Spofforth has served as Executive Director of Clean Fuels Ohio since the organization's founding in 2002. Under Spofforth's leadership, Clean Fuels Ohio has become one of the leading Clean Cities coalitions, making a major impact on advanced transportation deployment in Ohio. Spofforth was one of the original inductees to the Clean Cities Hall of Fame. In 2007, he was named the U.S. Department of Energy's national Clean Cities Coordinator of the Year. The DOE selected him as Midwest Clean Cities Coordinator of the Year in 2004. Spofforth serves as President of Transportation Energy Partners, a national non-profit organization that works to increase deployments of advanced transportation technologies and fuels by supporting Clean Cities coalitions and other positive transportation policies. Spofforth holds a Bachelor's degree from Hiram College and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Pennsylvania.

Clean Fuels Ohio
530 W Spring St, Ste 250
Columbus, OH 43215

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Clean Fuels Ohio coalition Statistics
Population: 8,700,586
Area: 37,599 sq. mi.
Boundaries: Entire state except for Astabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, and Summit counties
Designated: April 12, 2002   
Alternative Fueling Stations:
   Biodiesel (B20 and above): 10
   Natural Gas: 44
   Ethanol (E85): 121
   Electric: 252
   Hydrogen: 1
   Propane: 79
Petroleum and GHG Savings*
Total Gallons
Saved
Total GHG
Avoided
Gallons
by AFV
GHG
by AFV
Annual petroleum savings: 11,858,015 gasoline gallon equivalents
See the Gallons by AFV tab for a breakdown of AFV-based petroleum savings.
Annual greenhouse gas emissions avoided: 80,763 tons of CO2
See the GHG by AFV tab for a breakdown of AFV-based greenhouse gas savings.
Annual petroleum savings by alternative fuel vehicle project type: 6,926,024 gasoline gallon equivalents
Greenhouse gas emission reduced by alternative fuel vehicle project type: 19,732 tons of CO2
*2013 metrics