Trillium CNG, part of the Love’s Family of Companies, has finalized an agreement to bring 29 new compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel stations to Pennsylvania.
  Exercising options on an existing contract, Metro Vancouver transit operator, Translink, has ordered 122 new buses from Canadian bus maker New Flyer Industries Inc. Nearly half of the new transit buses will run on CNG.
  The $3 million station, to be located just north of the Service Building Annex on Kenny Road, is the first of its kind on an Ohio college campus, according to a university press release. It is expected to be completed by early 2017.
  New Flyer of America Inc. announced that the Regional Transportation Commission of Las Vegas (RTC) in Southern Nevada will exercise options for the purchase of 55 40-foot and 60-foot compressed natural gas (CNG) Xcelsior® buses.
  The fleet’s recent conversion from diesel and natural gas vehicles to renewable fuels (more than 18 percent of its total vehicle fleet) helped it achieve recognition.
  Headquartered in Westlake Village, California, Boreas Natural Gas is the result of Hacioglu’s vision to create a self-sustaining natural gas fuels supply chain which will make natural gas a permanent fixture in America’s energy infrastructure.
  The California Energy Commission released a $4 million grant funding solicitation July 11 for the research and development of natural gas engines for medium and heavy-duty off-road vehicles.
  Southern California Gas Co., along with local officials, business representatives and employees marked the opening of a new public compressed natural gas station in the heart of Pico Rivera's warehouse and distribution district.
  The Love’s Travel Stop in Guthrie, located on the east side of Interstate 35, Exit 157, is now offering Love’s Fast-Fill CNG for heavy-duty trucks and a CNG fueling option for motorists.
  Greenkraft Inc., a California based manufacturer of alternative fuel trucks and alternative fuel systems announced that it has achieved near zero emissions on various alternative fuel products running on alternative fuels.
  C.A.T. Inc. will be opening a new office in Dallas, Texas, which president Daniel Goyette said would help support the company’s current operations in Laredo, Texas.
  ReFuel, a new Coalition member based in Sacramento, wants to partner with any business that has a source of methane, from municipal garbage services to private dairy farms, to turn that methane into sellable transportation fuel.
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