Surrey’s Biofuel Facility has officially opened in the Port Kells industrial area. The $68 million facility is the first fully integrated closed-loop organic waste management system in North America.
  Autocar Trucks announced its sales team in California is now assisting customers to obtain incentives of over $40.000 per truck when they purchase the latest generation of clean Autocar CNG trucks.
  NGVAmerica President Daniel Gage testified before the U.S. House Ways & Means Tax Policy Subcommittee about the need for a 5-year extension of the alternative fuel tax credits, and the alternative fueling infrastructure credit.
  GTI is developing in-person workshops and online resources that will provide a guide for how to upgrade maintenance garages for natural gas and other gaseous fuels.
  Disney Cruise Line, a unit of the US-based Walt Disney Company, revealed additional details about its three liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered ships it had ordered at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.
  The California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition has finalized its proactive legislative agenda for this session, so far sponsoring two bills and opposing one, and planning events to educate legislators and their staff.
  The Huntington Beach Union High School District unveiled a new compressed natural gas (CNG) station that can refuel up to 30 school buses overnight and fast-fill buses that require immediate fueling.
  The Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) was awarded a $16.9 million Capital Investment Grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA).
  The Energy Department announced $4 million to support three new cost-shared research projects focused on medium- and heavy-duty, on-road natural gas engines.
  A bus company in central Pennsylvania is making the switch to compressed natural gas (CNG) thanks to thousands in state grants.
  The City of Covington’s compressed natural gas (CNG) station welcomed a first-time visitor this morning; a Newton County School System bus.
  In a letter to the editor published in Crain's New York Business, Energy Vision Founder Joanna D. Underwood argues that New York City could meet its goal of cutting greenhouse gases 80% by 2050 by switching to biogas buses.
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