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American Lung Association Honored with Clean Fuels Champion Award

Wisconsin Clean Cities honors fleets, members and Wisconsin Smart Fleet partners at 21st annual stakeholder meeting

(December 8, 2015)

Wisconsin Clean Cities, Inc. (WCC) hosted its 21st Annual Stakeholder Meeting on December 8, 2015 at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. Over 100 attendees participated in the event which celebrated the efforts and accomplishments of its members and Wisconsin Fleets in moving toward the use of alternative fuels and cleaner air for Wisconsin.

Featured speakers at the event included Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Bill Davidson of the Harley-Davidson Museum, and Maria Redmond of the Wisconsin State Energy Office.

The American Lung Association was honored with the Clean Fuels Champion award for our promotions of E85.

Clean Air Coordinator Danielle Clark accepted the award at the December 8th meeting. ALA in WI also had a table with information regarding ethanol and E85.


Danielle Clark accepts the Clean Fuel Champion Award from Katrina Bell of ANGI Energy Systems and Wisconsin Clean Cities Board Member.

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