North Florida Clean Fuels

Clean Fuels Master Plan Update

From 2016 to 2022, clean fuel use has grown 276%, while clean fuels vehicle registrations have grown 413%, making the region a national leader in per capita clean fuels use. This updated Clean Fuels Master Plan builds on past achievements and leverages local and national momentum to drive the next 10 years of clean fuels investment. The Plan is a living document and our team will evaluate data from additional fleets as it becomes available and identify more opportunities for action.

We studied 13 fleets and developed three pathways to reducing emissions through a variety of alternative fuels.

Pathway 1 requires low or no infrastructure investment, and no vehicle modifications or new vehicle purchases. It is the lowest cost pathway. It displaces more fuel than Pathway 2, but has the lowest environmental benefits.

Pathway 2 requires low or no infrastructure investment, and investment in vehicle modifications or new vehicles. It is the medium cost pathway, displacing less fuel than Pathway 1 or 3, but providing more environmental benefit than Pathway 1.

Pathway 3 requires investment in both infrastructure and vehicles. It is the highest cost pathway, but it displaces the most fuel and has the highest environmental impact.

Use our interactive chart below by selecting a pathway and then a fleet to learn about potential costs and benefits for each type of fleet vehicle and fuel.

Clean Fuels Master Plan


JTA – Jacksonville Transportation Authority
COJ – City of Jacksonville
SJC – St. Johns County
NAC – Nassau County
CSA – City of St. Augustine
RSP – Ride Solution
SAB – St. Augustine Beach
FDB – Fernandina Beach
FNF – Feeding Northeast Florida
GCS – Green Cove Springs
NTB – Neptune Beach
SBC – Sunshine Bus Company

Pathway Fleet Use Case Base Fuel Alternative Fuel Vehicle Count Incremental Vehicle Cost ($) Infrastructure Cost ($) Net Benefit ($) Reduced GHG (mt CO2e)

$ Total Cost

$ Net Benefit

Total Vehicles

Reduced Emissions

Metric Tons