Clean fuel. Clean air. Clean cities.

Who We Are

Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC) is a coalition of stakeholders working to address the national challenge of petroleum dependence through local activities that grow the market for alternative fuels and advanced vehicles. Our projects achieve cleaner air and energy security in mid-Michigan through alternative fuel and vehicle usage, and fuel economy practices. Our members and stakeholders include fleets, corporations, nonprofit organizations, utilities, local governments, and individuals – anyone interested in ways cleaner fuels, vehicles, and practices can improve our air quality and energy security.


Clean Cities Network

Clean Cities an initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy with the goal of improving air quality and energy security through petroleum displacement. Local coalitions, including GLACC, are public-private partnerships organized to educate and assist fleets and individuals in adopting the use of clean fuels and vehicles.

Jeremy Orr

Jeremy Orr

Clean Cities Coordinator

Jeremy is the main point of contact for GLACC coalition stakeholders. He oversees the day-to-day efforts of the coalition.

Our Board of Directors

Kellee Christensen

President and Treasurer

Enterprise Program Business Manager, 

Lansing Board of Water and Light

Diane Holman

Vice President

Co-founder and CEO,
Working Bugs

maggie striz calnin


Program Manager; Air Quality Specialist                                                Southwest Detroit Environmental Vision 

Mike alaimo


Executive Director,
Clean Fuels Michigan

Members & Sponsors

A significant amount of GLACC supporters consists of sponsors
and members who provide significant financial support toward
coalition operations.

Support GLACC

With your support we will continue current and new programs to improve air quality, public health, and our economy through reduced dependence on petroleum. Our efforts help fleets and individual drivers make a difference. Your contribution today will help make our region stronger.