Clean Cities Coordinator
Barry Carr has spent his career in the advanced transportation world, working with major utilities and fleets to develop alternative fuel infrastructure, including natural gas, renewable natural gas, hydrogen, and DC Fast Charging systems. For the last 15 years, Barry has volunteered as the Coordinator for Clean Communities of CNY (CC of CNY), the US DOE’s Clean Cities Coalition hosted by Syracuse University. Barry currently serves on both the Federal and State Government Advocacy Committees for NGV America and is the co-chair of the Northeast Gas Association. He received a lifetime achievement award from NGV America in 2015. In 2017 he was awarded the Benjamin Watson Service award and a Hall of Fame Award by the US DOE’s Clean Cities program. Barry is part of a multi-state group that recently was awarded a Federal Grant to develop EV, natural gas, and hydrogen infrastructure along the I-80 Corridor from Iowa to New York; teaming with six Clean Cities Coalitions, a truck stop company (Loves), five State Departments of Transportation, and Argonne National Laboratory.