Green Fleets of the Bluegrass Fleets Save Over 16 Million Gallons of Fuel in 2017

The Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition’s Green Fleets of the Bluegrass Program reduced gallons of conventional fuel used in 2017 by over 16.2 million GGEs. In 2017 the program had its largest level of participation in program history. The combined sustainability efforts in 2017 of the participating fleets led to a reduction of greenhouse gas emitted by over 123,000 tons of GHGs. KCFC hosted the seventh annual Green Fleets of the Bluegrass Awards Ceremony on Friday, March 23rd in Louisville.

Fleets Recognized with Leadership Awards

Lextran – Greenest Transit Fleet


M & M Cartage – Greenest Freight Fleet


Mercer Transportation – Greenest Corporate Fleet


UPS – Greenest On-Road/Off-Road Combination Fleet


Waste Management – Greenest Refuse Fleet


City of Somerset – Greenest Municipal Government Fleet

Crittenden County Board of Education – Greenest Public School Fleet

Kentucky Division of Fleet Management – Greenest State Government Fleet


Other Fleets Recognized

Bourbon County Schools


City of London


Kentuckiana Cleanfuel


Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet


Sisters of Charity of Nazareth


Transit Authority of River City


Other Program Participants

Allen County Schools

Bath County Schools

Carrollton Utilities

Darling Ingredients

DoubleTree by Hilton Cincinnati Airport

Fort Campbell

Hardin County Schools

Irvington Gas

Jefferson County Public Schools

LaRue County Schools

Lexington Fayette Urban County Government


Louisville Metro Government

Metropolitan Sewer District

Murray State University

Nicholas County Schools



Standard Sales Company

Taxi 7

Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky

Trimble County Schools

University of Louisville

Zenith Motors