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Western Washington Clean Cities (Seattle) Coalition

The Western Washington Clean Cities (Seattle) coalition works with vehicle fleets, fuel providers, community leaders, and other stakeholders to reduce petroleum use in transportation.
Western Washington Clean Cities (Seattle) coalition

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Scott DeWees
206-689-4054
scottd@pscleanair.org
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Clean Cities Coordinator

Scott DeWees
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Scott DeWees is a program manager for the Western Washington Clean Cities Coalition, housed within the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. He joined the team in 2010 to manage the Coalition's Recovery Act grant. During that time he worked closely with many of the Coalition's members on a wide variety of petroleum reduction projects. In 2014 Scott was promoted to the Coordinator position. "My overarching professional goal is to advance low carbon energy sources. I believe my role in the industry is to translate technical possibility into favorable business opportunities that diversify and decarbonize our energy economy."

Prior to joining the Coalition, Scott was a business analyst in the commercial solar industry and delivered multiple third party-financed solar projects for US cable companies. Scott earned a BA in Economics and Environmental studies from Western Washington University. His studies focused the confluence of energy markets and climate change.

Western Washington Clean Cities
1904 Third Ave, Ste 105
Seattle, WA 98101

Western Washington (Seattle) Success Stories

Watch videos about Western Washington Clean Cities (Seattle). View more videos on the Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center.

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Western Washington Clean Cities (Seattle) coalition Statistics
Population: 4,686,669
Area: 21,289 sq. mi.
Boundaries: Counties: Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, San Juan Island, Skagit, Snohomish, Thurston, Whatcom
Designated: August 13, 1998   
Alternative Fueling Stations:
   Biodiesel (B20 and above): 26
   Natural Gas: 21
   Ethanol (E85): 14
   Electric: 1271
   Propane: 41
Annual Greenhouse Gas Emissions Avoided:* 95,953 tons of CO2
Annual Petroleum Savings:*
15,317,898 gasoline gallon equivalents
*2012 metrics