The Northeast Diesel Collaborative (NEDC) combines the expertise of public and private partners in a coordinated regional initiative to significantly reduce diesel emissions and improve public health in the eight northeastern states.
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CALSTART's 'Drive to Zero' Initiative

Global Commercial Vehicle Drive to Zero

CALSTART's '‘Drive to Zero' Initiative: Encouraging region-wide market transformation toward clean & innovative medium & heavy duty vehicles. Check out the presentation here!

Thank You NEDC Partners! 2019 NEDC Partners Meeting, July 11, 2019, Providence Mariott Downtown,1 Orms Street, Providence, RI

Dear NEDC Partners,

The NEDC 2019 Partners Meeting was a huge success! We would like to thank all of the moderators, panelists and participants who helped to create an informative and engaging program. We think you'll agree, the meeting provided a great forum to learn from a diverse group of stakeholders from federal, state, local governments, community members and others on the several challenges and, more importantly, opportunities of working collaboratively on a path to cleaner transportation and healthier communities in the northeast!

Also, a special thank you to our sponsors: New York City Department of Transportation, Effenco, and the Greater New Haven Clean Cities Coalition!

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For meeting agenda, presentations and survey, please click below:

We look forward to your continued collaboration and partnership with the Northeast Diesel Collaborative!


The Northeast Diesel Collaborative

Waterson Terminal Services Enters Green Marine Environmental Certification Program

Alternative Fuels Corridor

Providence, RI –
Waterson Terminal Services announced today they will enter into an environmental certification program with Green Marine for its stevedoring and terminal operations at ProvPort. Green Marine is a leading North American environmental certification program for the maritime transportation industry. The program is a voluntary initiative to surpass regulatory requirements within the maritime industry.


In the News

  • New study quantifies the global health impacts of vehicle exhaust
    New study provides a picture of the global, regional, and local health impacts attributable to emissions from four transportation subsectors: on-road diesel vehicles, other on-road vehicles, shipping, and non-road mobile engines such as agricultural and construction equipment. The study, by researchers from the International Council on Clean Transportation, George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, and the University of Colorado Boulder, links state-of-the-art vehicle emissions, air pollution, and epidemiological models to estimate health impacts at the global, regional, national, and local levels in 2010 and 2015. Also, see statement from Diesel Technology Forum suggesting that the "Research Validates the Benefits of New-Technology Diesel Engines."
  • EPA awards more than $570,000 to reduce diesel emissions in New Bedford Harbor to protect health
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded a $579,991 grant to CLF Ventures for installation of multiple marine engines on a tug boat based out of New Bedford, Mass. The grant is made available under a competitive national grant program administered by EPA with funding authorized by Congress under the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA).
  • EPA Funding Will Help Clean Diesel Projects in New England States
    Annual program funding and Competitive grants yield $3.1 Million for New England projects
    EPA's State Clean Diesel Program awarded a total of approximately $1.7 million to the six New England states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont to support states' efforts to reduce diesel pollution. In addition to the state program funding, under a competitive national grant competition EPA also awarded over $1.4 million for projects in New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Massachusetts to reduce diesel emissions.
  • Volkswagen (VW) Settlement Info
  • EPA Awards nearly $2 Million to Fund Clean Diesel Projects in Connecticut and Massachusetts
    Grants made available under the FY16 Clean Diesel Funding Assistance Program will assist the Connecticut Maritime Foundation, the Massachusetts Port Authority, and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in marine vessel repowering and vehicle replacement projects. For more information about this announcement, click here.
  • EPA Rebates Will Fund Cleaner School Buses in 88 Communities
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), under the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA), is awarding more than $7.7 million to replace or retrofit 401 older diesel school buses in 88 school bus fleets across 27 states. Please click here for more info.

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