GAIN® Clean Fuel is partnering with FastFlow CNG, a division of Independence Fuel Systems (IFS) to locate three compressed natural gas stations (CNG) in Texas.
   
  Waste Management has launched a $13 million new fleet of compressed natural gas fueled trucks in Waterloo, Iowa.
 
  The Massachusetts Department of Transportation board of directors approved a contract for the manufacture and delivery of 325 new state-of-the-art replacement buses for the MBTA fleet.
   
  Two global leaders have teamed up to manufacture a first-of-its-kind fleet of Class-5 armored vehicles that combine the benefits of renewable natural gas and zero emission plug-in hybrid electric vehicle technology.
 
  Its 700-horsepower engine can use either compressed natural gas or gasoline, and altogether it weighs just 1400lbs - 90% less than some modern cars.
   
  On June 24, approximately two hundred invited guests attended the Alternative Fuels conference at 200 Antelope Rd. White City, Oregon.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  Big Blue Bus was given $5.9 million to upgrade the agency's all-alternative fuel bus fleet. The funds will purchase nine replacement compressed natural gas buses.
   
  Contract Transport Services (CTS) was skeptical about adding CNG trucks to their fleet. That was until one of their largest customers insisted on CNG vehicles for hauling their products.
 
  U.S. Gain, the compressed natural gas (CNG) division of U.S. Venture, has partnered with Unilever to build a CNG fueling station in Edwardsville, Illinois, just east of the St. Louis, Missouri metro area.
   
  Carnival Corporation & plc, the world's largest travel and leisure company, has signed a multi-billion dollar contract to build four next-generation cruise ships with the largest guest capacity in the world.
 
  Wilmington’s WAVE Transit (North Carolina) recently added two new natural gas buses, and with City Council recently approving more than $300,000 in additional funding, the transit authority expects to receive four more buses.
   
  NGVAmerica and its member companies commend the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for the proposal to increase fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the nation’s trucks.
 
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