U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

Clean Cities

Clean Cities Alternative Fuel Price Report

Clean Cities coordinators are required to collect and report local alternative and conventional fuel prices for the Alternative Fuel Price Report, a quarterly report that averages U.S. fuel prices.

Four times a year, you will receive emails and data-collection forms requesting the pricing of the alternative and conventional fuels sold by local public and private stations. View a sample data-collection form.

Icon of a graduation cap.For more information, take the Collecting Data for the Alternative Fuel Price Report course from Clean Cities University.

For additional training, read the Alternative Fuel Price Report Overview.

Read past editions of the Alternative Fuel Price Report on the Alternative Fuels Data Center.