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car accident 4 Did you know hundreds of vehicles running on alternative fuels are operating on Michigan roads today? Did you know responding to incidents involving alternative fuel vehicles requires a different approach than responding to a gasoline or diesel incident?

Is your department prepared to respond to accidents involving alternative fuel vehicles?
Take advantage of free, comprehensive training on responding to accidents involving compressed natural gas vehicles, propane vehicles, electric vehicles, and hydrogen vehicles.

This training is designed to reduce the risks taken by first responders when responding to an incident involving alternative fuels:

o   Compressed natural gas (CNG)
o   Liquified natural gas (LNG)
o   Propane (LPG)
o   Electric vehicles (EV)
o   Hydrogen vehicles 

Nick Wagoner will deliver this training for first responders in west Michigan on Monday, July 30 and southeast Michigan on Tuesday, July 31. Mr. Wagoner is a National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium recognized First Responder Safety Trainer with 26 years of experience in alternative fuels training. Mr. Wagoner has given trainings extensively throughout the US and in India for government agencies, including the U.S. Air Force and Department of Energy, private fleets, and Clean Cities programs.

Through the Michigan Green Fleets program Clean Energy Coalition has deployed hundreds of alternative fuel vehicles in southeast and west Michigan and is hosting these two trainings in order to provide first responders an opportunity to familiarize with alternative fuel vehicle types operating in their areas.
The training format includes classroom sessions and hands-on sessions with CNG and LPG vehicles. There is no cost to participate, but registration is required. Space is filling up fast – click this link to register now!

Monday, July 30
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Grand Rapids Community College

    Wisner-Bottrall Applied Tech. Center     
Room 124
151 Fountain St. NE
Grand Rapids, MI  49503
 

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Tuesday, July 31
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Henry Ford Community College

 Patterson Tech. Building
(S. Parking Lot)
Ghafari Room (Room Number T123)
5101 Evergreen Rd.
Dearborn, MI 48128

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For more information about either workshop, please contact Kristin Jobin, Program Assistant at Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities, at (517) 925-8649, ext. 10 or via email at kristin@michigancleancities.org.

 

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About Clean Energy Coalition

Clean Energy Coalition believes the journey to using less fossil fuel and more renewable energy is one we all must take. As practical, objective advisers, we help people and organizations become more energy independent by building public and private partnerships to accelerate change and build healthier communities.

Our deep understanding of environmental issues and clean energy technologies, along with our expertise in all facets of program design and delivery, careful stewardship of resources, 501(c)3 nonprofit status and track record of accomplishment makes us a valuable collaborator for any individual or group interested in helping solve our country's energy challenges.

 
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