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Spring 2008 Newsletter The fourth edition of the
Tennessee Clean Fuels Advisor
is now online!

This is our 14th total version, but this is the 4th state-wide edition. It includes stories from each of Tennessee's three main regions alongside some articles and stories that are more statewide in impact or reach.
Access the current newsletter here:

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Previous newsletters:

Winter 2008:
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 -->  High-resolution version (pdf: 3.4 MB)

Fall 2007:  -->  High-resolution version (pdf: 3.6 MB)

Summer 2007:
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 -->  High-resolution version (pdf: 3.2 MB)

Winter 2007:  -->  Low-resolution version (pdf: 1.3 MB)

Fall 2006:  -->  Low-resolution version (pdf: 1.1 MB)

Winter 2006:  -->  Low-resolution version (pdf: 1.1 MB)

Fall 2005:
 -->  Low-resolution version (pdf: 1.1 MB)
 -->  High-resolution version (pdf: 3.2 MB)

Summer 2005:  -->  Low-resolution version (pdf: 1.0 MB)

Spring 2005:  -->  Low-resolution version (pdf: 1.0 MB)

Winter 2005:  -->  Low-resolution version (pdf: 1.1 MB)

Fall 2004:
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 -->  High-resolution version (pdf: 1.9 MB)

Summer 2004:
 -->  Low-resolution version (pdf: 740 KB)
 -->  High-resolution version (pdf: 2.0 MB)

Spring 2004:
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Fall 2007 NewsletterOur newsletter is distributed quarterly, and features current and topical stories of alternative fuels and hybrids use in the East Tennessee area in each edition. The following are examples of information we will cover:
  • Fleets that have begun to use alternative fuels
  • Opening of public stations in the area
  • Any testing information about alt fuels, including but not limited to air emissions, drivability, reliability, cost, energy efficiency, noise, vehicle or component life, and/or other vehicle performance information
  • Local events of interest to alt fuels supporters
  • Grant and loan opportunities, or grants received
  • Information on federal or state incentives or laws that have been passed to help alt fuels' usage grow
  • Individual letters or notes from local supporters of alt fuels' use
If you have a story idea for the next edition of the ET Clean Fuels Advisor, please contact us and let us know!

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