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Alternative Fuels/Advanced Technology Vehicles

"Alternative fuels" are fuels such as biodiesel, natural gas, ethanol, methanol, propane, hydrogen, and other emerging fuels. “Advanced technology vehicles" are vehicles that use hybrid technology, solar power, fuel cells or electricity to power their operation.

DES partners with the Office of Energy and Planning and the Department of Transportation to address the need to reduce air pollution caused by motor vehicles. This partnership includes the Granite State Clean Cities Coalition (GSCCC) hosted by DES., a collaborative of over 100 public and private interests from all regions in New Hampshire. Coalition members support the goals of reducing dependence on foreign oil and improving air quality through the use of domestically produced, cleaner burning alternative fuels and other fuel reduction strategies. more …

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green arrow Rules/Regulatory

  • Chapter Saf-C 312.02 Revised 9/9/2010 – This law amends dying requirements for biodiesel.
  • SB 522 (2008 Legislative Session) – Relative to licensing requirements for small quantity biodiesel producers and distributors and prohibiting the sale or delivery of biodiesel not meeting the state ASTM standard.
  • HB 689 (2007 Legislative Session) – Establishing a commission to study production and distribution of biodiesel fuel in New Hampshire.
  • HB 1631 (2008 Legislative Session) – Relative to state purchase of biodiesel fuels.
  • HB 1632 (2008 Legislative Session) – Relative to continuing the commission to study the production and distribution of biodiesel in New Hampshire.

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green arrow Commissions/Task Force

  • HB 1632 (2008 Legislative Session) – Commission to study the production and distribution of biodiesel in New Hampshire
  • HB 689 (2007 Legislative Session) – Establishing a commission to study production and distribution of biodiesel fuel in New Hampshire

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green arrow Contact Us

  • Dolores Rebolledo, Grants Manager, Alternative Fuels Program
    Granite State Clean Cities Coordinator
    NH Department of Environmental Services
    29 Hazen Drive; PO Box 95
    Concord, NH 03302-0095
    (603) 271-6751
    (603) 271-1381 (fax)
    dolores.rebolledo@des.nh.gov

 

 

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