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About The Coalition
The Alternative Fuels & Chemicals Coalition (AFCC) is a collaborative effort that is guided by the shared objectives of its industry participants. AFCC builds on the government affairs expertise that already is in place to support federal agency programs important to the alternative fuels, renewable chemicals, biobased products, and sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) industries and monitor and speak out on pending legislation in the U.S. Congress.
The purpose of the coalition is to ensure issues important to the coalition are not overlooked and get the attention they need. The coalition does this through ongoing research and outreach, issuing position statements, and cooperating with other industry groups to fill in gaps and rally support on key issues.
AFCC works on issues important to these industries, with a focus on the appropriations that fund federal agency programs and drive policy changes related to alternative fuels, renewable chemicals, biobased products, and sustainable aviation fuels. More
Advocating for Public Policies to Promote Innovations in
Promoting Innovation, Commercialization & Industry Adoption
The Alternative Fuels & Chemicals Coalition advocates on behalf of federal policies and federal agency appropriations that stimulate innovations in alternative fuels, renewable chemicals, biobased products, and sustainable aviation fuels; support research and development; fund scale-up and commercialization; streamline regulatory requirements; speed deployment; and facilitate industry adoption of new technologies and processes that offer significant improvements in operating costs and efficiency and reduce environmental impacts.
Where We Are Located
The Alternative Fuels & Chemicals Coalition is a collaborative effort organized by the government affairs office of the Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton (KTS) law firm and American Diversified Energy Consulting Services (ADE). It is housed in part in Kilpatrick Townsend's Washington DC office, two blocks from Metro Center and one block from the White House and the U.S. Treasury, and in part in ADE's office, across from Metro Center and two blocks from Kilpatrick Townsend's office.