Ozark Regional Transit applying for federal grants for CNG facility
Ozark Regional Transit (Arkansas) will try to get federal money to build a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station and add more natural gas powered vehicles to its fleet.
Natural gas and electric vehicles offer benefits to Ontario
Ontario can save billions of dollars in fuel costs and significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 2050 if it addresses transportation issues and implements solutions that include increased reliance on natural gas and electric-powered vehicles.
 
 
California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition names Thomas Lawson as new president
The board of directors of the California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition (CalNGV) announced the appointment of Thomas Lawson as CalNGV's president, effective immediately.
New wave of alternative fuel sources for trucks in Lake Jackson
The opening of the first public CNG fuel station in Brazoria County, Texas, gained attention as a step toward erasing the carbon footprint. The next step is to convince businesses, local governments and residents to see its benefits.
 
           
  Republic Services recently announced the addition of 40 compressed natural gas (CNG) solid waste collection trucks serving customers in Central Contra Costa County.     U.S. Gain, the compressed natural gas (CNG) division of U.S. Venture, Inc. has partnered with the city of Hamilton to add the GAIN® Clean Fuel brand to its fueling station.     Located near the crossroads of I-75 and the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, the 24/7 CNG fast-fill station is capable of fueling several hundred vehicles a day, delivering stable fuel cost and reduced transportation-related emissions for the Fort Myers  
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
 
 
  What do Walmart, Toyota, Hyundai, FedEx, Lowe’s, and many other well-known companies have in common? They have either pursued or have implemented hydrogen fuel technologies in order to reduce their carbon footprint and improve energy efficiencies.
 
 
  The new enterprise unites two companies, supplying vehicle makers and station builders with business and construction expertise to help the transportation industry embrace and promote green technology.
   
 
 
  The recent extension of federal tax credits for initiatives including alternative fuels may be the reason as major solid waste companies continue to add to their fleets and build alternative fueling stations across the country.
 
 
  The 2016 Advanced Clean Transportation “ACT” Expo will take place on May 2-5 2016 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Southern California.