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Learn Florida’s Policy on Alternative Fuels

Posted on January 13 2012 in Clean Cities

Kelley Smith Burk, Policy Director for the Office of Energy in the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, explained Florida’s energy policy for alternative fuels at the January North Florida Clean Cities Coalition meeting.  If you missed the meeting you can view the video on our Clean Cities Coalition page.  The next meeting on Friday February 24, 10 a.m. at the North Florida TPO will feature CNG (compressed natural gas).  All Clean Cities Coalition meetings are free and open to the public.  For more information contact Wanda Forrest at (904) 306-7514. 

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