Members of the Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition (DMCCC) affirm their commitment to reducing our nation’s dependence on foreign oil, improving air quality, and promoting economic security by supporting our work through membership dues. DMCCC offers several membership levels that appeal to a variety of organizations looking to utilize membership for different purposes, but all membership levels contribute greatly to supporting our day-to-day operations at the DMCCC.
Associate and Individual Membership
Individual and Associate members support the energy, economic, and environmental security of our nation, and in return receive access to educational resources on alternative fuels and a vast stakeholder network that crosses industries, including: fuel providers, vehicle manufacturers, utilities, municipal governments, transit agencies, trade organizations, and technical experts from the Department of Energy and national labs. Additionally, members receive periodic updates to inform them on market developments, policy changes, and funding announcements.
Associate members are invited to attend quarterly stakeholder meetings and gain access to alternative fuel vehicle demos or test drives. The organization name will also be listed on the DMCCC website to show their commitment to petroleum reduction.
Statewide Members have access to all of the Associate Member benefits of the DMCCC, but they also become Associate Members in the Northern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition and at a discounted rate. This membership shows support for all three coalitions in Colorado and provides organizations that conduct business throughout the state the opportunity to access networks outside of the Denver Metro area. Statewide members can access services from any of the three coalitions, advertise to a much larger stakeholder group, and are kept current on statewide developments.
Partners of DMCCC showcase their commitment to reducing petroleum consumption by helping to ensure the long-term sustainability of our mission and programs. In return, DMCCC provides a platform of benefits that can be tailored to the partner’s goals. DMCCC staff helps Partners organize press events, advertise to the DMCCC networks, target specific markets, and leverage relationships in the industry. Partners also have the opportunity to utilize the American Lung Association in Colorado (ALAC) to brand itself as environmentally conscious and partner with the oldest voluntary non-profit dedicated to public health in the nation. Together, the ALAC and DMCCC reach an audience of over 1 million individuals annually, which offers a tremendous branding and outreach opportunity. Finally, Partners also receive a discount on DMCCC’s fleet auditing program that provides a solid foundation for fleet decisions to reduce emissions and lower operating costs.
Please contact Janna West-Heiss, the Denver Metro Clean Cities Coordinator, at JWHeiss@lungs.org or 303-847-0276 with membership inquiries.