New Flyer of America Inc. announced that the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (LA Metro) has exercised options for 350 heavy-duty 40-foot CNG buses.
   
  UPS announced it has expanded its agreement with Clean Energy Fuels Corp. to use up to 500,000 gallon equivalents of renewable liquefied natural gas (RLNG) annually in Texas.
 
  A Philadelphia energy co-op believes landfills like Lanchester in northern Chester County can be used to reduce the practice of fracking, the controversial natural gas extraction process.
   
  The Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) will be accepting applications for the ALT Fuels Colorado grant funded program, beginning February 1st and concluding February 29th 2016.
 
  The Mid Mon Valley Transit Authority (MMVTA), Pennsylvania, deployed eight new green transit buses powered by compressed natural gas (CNG), which were finally ordered mid-2014.
   
  Energy Vision, a national non-profit which researches and promotes technologies and strategies for a sustainable, low-carbon energy and transportation future, has a new leader.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  Sunoco’s newest compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station has arrived in Western Pennsylvania, providing a crucial link in the CNG chain in the heart of Marcellus Shale country.
   
  Clean Cities coalitions from Chicago, Wisconsin and Northern Indiana announced they are partnering to host a major green-transportation conference in the Chicago area on May 19.
 
  As part of the company’s industry-leading, vessel build program, Crowley Maritime Corp. christened the second of four new, Jones Act product tankers at the South Florida Petroleum Terminal (The Public Dock) in Fort Lauderdale.
   
  Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA), in California, apparently is looking at purchasing the city-owned natural gas station on West Main Street.
 
  Long Beach (California) officials announced Tuesday that roughly 18 percent of its vehicle fleet will switch to renewable fuels such as natural gas and renewable diesel.
   
  Omaha’s Papillion Sanitation has begun deploying compressed natural gas (CNG) fueled garbage trucks with the financial assistance of the local Metropolitan Utilities District.
 
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