promoting the use of clean fuels and improved air quality


M.A.E.P. is a million dollar project designed to create a regional EV ecosystem in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Right now, you can request a public Level 2 EV Charging Station in your neighborhood.

To learn more, go here.


Antoine Thompson

Executive Director

Our Core Values

The Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition is one of nearly 80 coalitions in the US that fosters economic, environmental, and energy security by working locally to advance affordable, domestic transportation fuels, energy efficient mobility systems, and other fuel-saving technologies and practices.

Join our Coalition

Our members receive access to resources, funding opportunities, networking events, and a host of other benefits to assist your fleet’s move to cleaner, more cost-effective fuels and vehicle technologies.


Latest News

Greater Washington Region Clean Cites Coalition Annual 2022 Conference Awards Update

November 2nd, 2022|

After having a successful conference, we have uploaded some of the documentation from the event below. https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/67318383/the-greater-washington-region-clean-cities-coalition-gwrccc-2022-souvenir-journal


Trusted Partners

“Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.” – Henry Ford

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Gasoline Gallons (GGEs) Reduced in 2020 by Alternative Fuel
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Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Reduced in 2020 by Alternative Fuel

Current Projects


Creating an EV Ecosystem

Mid-Atlantic Electrification Partnership

This project will create a regional electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem in Virginia, the District of Columbia, Maryland and West Virginia. The ecosystem project will connect the Mid-Atlantic Region’s cities, employing multiple EV and infrastructure sub-projects, including multimodal hubs, such as airports, seaports and logistics centers. It will also address educational, planning and equity issues of populations near these hubs. Starting in 2020, the project will run through 2023.

Mass Transit

Bridging the Gap between Clean Fuels and Public Transportation

DC Circulator Bus System

The Electric Circulator Bus project is a pilot run by the District Department of Transportation (DDOT). Between 2015 and 2018 the Circulator fleet upgraded to all new buses including state-of-the-art 100% electric vehicles. In 2018 DDOT implemented major changes to better align limited resources while providing transit access to growing activity centers.

This is an ongoing project with additional buses approved for 2021.


Establishing EV Infrastructure to Fit Community Needs

BWI Airport new electric vehicle charging stations

Maryland transportation leaders and BGE officials today unveiled new fast-charging electric vehicle charging stations at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. The four new state-of-the-art, 150kW DCFC charging stations at BWI Marshall Airport provide up to an 80% charge in as little as 15 minutes. The fast chargers are the first of the speed and capacity that BGE is installing in Maryland.


Planing for the Future through Education and Collaboration

Mid-Atlantic Electric School Bus Experience Project (MEEP)

MEEP will provide schools with an introduction to electric school bus technology. The project is supported in large part by a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy and will provide a wide range of stakeholders with needed information about electric school buses and provide findings that can be used by both participating school districts and others to make intelligent decisions about incorporating advanced fuel technologies into their fleets.

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