City of Sand Springs awarded funds for new bi-fuel vehicle
The City of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, was awarded $29,703 through INCOG’s Clean Cities Program with Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality public fleet conversion funds.
CNG filling station proposed in Lower Mount Bethel Township
Great River Energy, LLC, the environmental arm of Iowa-based trucking company W.W. Transport, plans to build a compressed natural gas (CNG) station in rural Lower Mount Bethel Township, Pennsylvania.
City of Jackson introduces alternative fuel vehicles
The city of Jackson, Tennessee, and Jackson Energy Authority (JEA) announced new additions of alternative fuel vehicles into their fleets.
PG&E helped California drivers swap 3 million gallons of gasoline for NGV in 2014
Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations provided the equivalent of three million gallons of gasoline to thousands of natural gas vehicle (NGV) customers in 2014.
  A compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station will be built in College Township, Centre County, in Pennsylvania through a $642,894 grant, state Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman said.     North Dakota lawmakers introduced a bill offering incentives for natural gas-powered vehicles and fueling stations in the state.     An Exelon Corporation subsidiary, Constellation Energy Resources, LLC., inked an agreement to acquire seven compressed natural gas (CNG)-fueling stations in the Midwest from CNG Fuel, Inc.  
  After spending the first 80 years of our company’s history growing our dependence on petroleum, UPS has spent the last 30 years searching for something better.
  Energtek Inc., a frontrunner in hi-tech natural gas solutions and Adsorbed Natural Gas (ANG) technology, announced that it has finalized the land purchase in Vermont for the filling station.
  Here's a transcript — edited for length and clarity — of The Texas Tribune's in-depth interview with land commissioner candidate George P. Bush, in which he lays out his positions on environmental policy.
  On February 22–24, 2015 in Washington, D.C. will be held the nation’s premier alternative fuel vehicle policy summit, where the nation’s Clean Cities Coalitions and transportation energy leaders will convene to share best practices.