Current Projects

Our Strategies

are designed to

make a difference

in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.  This area sees over

3 million

visitors each year! Our work aims to preserve our

clean air


majestic landscapes



to come.

Our Projects:

Energy Literacy Curriculum

Request for Proposals Wyoming Alternative Fuels in Transportation Curriculum Development Background: Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition’s (YTCEC) mission is to displace the use of petroleum in the regional transportation sector, improve air quality through reduced harmful exhaust emissions, and increase energy … Continue reading

Greater Yellowstone EV Working Group

The Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition invites you to join the Greater Yellowstone Electric Vehicle (GYEV) working group. The purpose of the working group is to create a plan to introduce electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging stations into our region … Continue reading

Sustainability Series

What is the Sustainability Series all about? The Sustainability Series offers monthly programs highlighting initiatives coordinated by local organizations and providing attendees with specific sustainable actionable items for their everyday lives.  The purpose of the Sustainability Series is to strengthen the … Continue reading

First Responder Training

YTCEC has received funding through the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole to host an alternative fuels First Responder Training course for all Fire/EMS workers in Jackson, Teton Village and Grand Teton National Park. First responders will participate in three part … Continue reading

Green Fleets

Green Fleets is an alternative transportation consulting service of the Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition.  Green Fleets strives to improve the environmental and economic performance of partner organizations through alternative vehicles, fuels, technologies and strategies. It can be overwhelming to determine … Continue reading

National Parks

Yellowstone Teton Clean Energy Coalition (YTCEC), in partnership with Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, secured a grant in the amount of $547,645 to support a variety of projects to advance cleaner and more efficient transportation in the Greater Yellowstone … Continue reading

Idle-Reduction Campaign

Why Idle-Free? Idling Affects Our Respiratory Health: While modern light-duty gasoline vehicles are designed with advanced emission control technologies that have reduced harmful exhaust emission chemicals such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide and benzene, real life factors can … Continue reading