Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Try and Drive Alternative
Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities (DFWCC) Try and Drive Alternative is a regional initiative dedicated to giving fleets and consumers the opportunity to try and drive alternative fuel vehicles and clean vehicle technologies. Efforts are focused on fleets and consumers experiencing clean vehicle technologies first-hand to help decide if purchasing that technology – such as an electric vehicle, telematics, or a refueling system – is a good fit. The purpose of this initiative is to increase adoption and use of the cleanest available technologies and help improve air quality as quickly as possible.
Clean Vehicle and Technology Providers:
Opportunity to Increase Exposure
Clean Vehicle Technology Providers have a better chance of getting a consumer or fleet to purchase a Clean Vehicle Technology if they have had the chance to use the product first!
DFWCC will send Try and Drive opportunities to our list of over 1000 local governments, fleets, and consumer contacts via our DFWCC Newsflash and Eblasts.
Opportunity to Try Before you Buy
To Offer a Technology for “Trial”:
To be a provider in the DFWCC Try and Drive Alternative Program, prospective providers need to
- Review the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities “Try and Drive Alternative” Project Guidelines.
- Draft a response to the Potential Provider Questionnaire within the Guidelines.
- Follow the submission instructions outlined in the Guidelines.
- Participate in a kick-off meeting.
- Fill in the Post-Try and Drive Alternative for Providers (coming soon).
Before adding to the DFWCC Try and Drive Alternative Directory, staff will evaluate the submission to ensure that the Provider and proposed Technologies align with program objectives and requirements (e.g., all verifications/certifications are documented and verified). Inclusion in the directory does not constitute NCTCOG’s endorsement of the participating Clean Vehicle Technology Provider.
This is an ongoing request for participation and Clean Vehicle and Technology Providers can submit at any time while the initiative is ongoing. NCTCOG/DFWCC anticipates adding providers to the directory, and promoting opportunities to fleets and other end users, approximately once a month beginning in February 2021 and continuing until end of project, expected mid to late 2021. To be included in the first version of the provider directory, responses must be provided by Friday, February 12, 2021.
To See Options for a Technology “Trial”
Details for fleets and consumers are coming soon.
For more information about this project contact Clean Cities at firstname.lastname@example.org