Clean Cities welcomed another major partner last month in the effort to reduce United State's dependence on petroleum—the brand-new North Florida Clean Fuels Coalition.
   
  The Regional District of Nanaimo, British Columbia (Canada) will add 24 new compressed natural gas (CNG) buses in the new year, says Daniel Pearce, manager of transit operations.
 
  NGVAmerica says that it is critical that natural gas advocates reach out to their state regulators in time between now and the summer meeting in order to encourage them to support this important vote.
   
  On Thursday May 12, Tennessee Clean Fuels (TCF) inducted the first 8 fleets into the gTennessee Green Fleetsh Certification Program.
 
  The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) Board of Directors has approved grant funding awards for public-sector fleet alternative fuel fueling infrastructure projects.
   
  The Transit Authority of Lexington (Lextran), Kentucky, held the ribbon cutting and grand opening for their new headquarters at 200 West Loudon Avenue.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  On Monday, three vehicles fueled by CNG will depart Long Beach to embark on a cross-country tour aimed at showing enough CNG fuel stations in the US exist for a cross-country CNG trip.
   
  Consumers Energy has opened a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Livonia, Michigan. The CNG station is open to the public and provides access to all vehicles sizes, trucks and buses.
 
  Lincoln (Nebraska) public works staff members are working on a plan that would fuel many of the city’s buses with compressed natural gas (CNG) produced from waste collected from toilets and sinks across town.
   
  Leaders from across the state gathered in Denver to learn more about turning human waste into natural gas, which is how Grand Junction currently fuels 40 city vehicles.
 
  During their regular meeting, Tuesday, Shelby (Ohio) County Commissioners heard a proposal by Sidney resident Larry Grieshop to investigate the possibility of installing a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station on county property.
   
  Athens Utilities Board's Board of Directors last week approved the purchase of two new vehicles that will be converted to operate on compressed natural gas (CNG).
 
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