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The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission houses and staffs the Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC), a coalition of stakeholders working to displace petroleum with cleaner burning fuels to reduce emissions, improve air quality, and achieve energy security in Mid-Michigan. GLACC's projects aim to diversify the clean transportation energy market, increase independence, and increase energy security through promoting and implementing alternative and renewable fuels, idle reduction measures, and fuel economy improvements.
As the region prepares for future transportation technologies, Tri-County recognizes the need to plan for improved energy infrastructure, including power grids and corridors that support electric vehicles. Through GLACC's programming, Tri-County works to prepare for these needs of the region.
For more information on GLACC, visit www.michigancleancities.org.