Barnes Green Energy, in partnership with Barnes, Inc. and Zebulon Innovations, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and tour of its new private Bauer compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station on September 29, 2016.
  The American Transportation Corporation (Amtran) board voted to buy six new compressed natural gas (CNG) powered buses, contingent on soon-to-be final approval of a federal and a state grant that will pay the full $2.8 million cost.
  AmeriPride Services, a leading textile rental services and supply company in North America, announced the receipt of the first of 20 compressed natural gas (CNG) step vans at its Vancouver branch.
  Innovative Transportation Services, an affiliate of the family-owned Sonwil Distribution Center, has officially launched cross-border transportation services.
  Beth Snoke was recently honored with the inaugural Municipal Equipment Maintenance Associationís inaugural Presidentís Award to recognize her leadership in alternative-fuel adoption.
  Clean Energy Fuels Corp., announced the opening of a new state of the art, public natural gas station along Interstate 5 in Fife, a suburb of Tacoma.
  The County of Lackawanna Transit System (Pennsylvania) board authorized executive director Robert Fiume to negotiate and enter contracts on its behalf for construction of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station.
  The results of a biogas fuel feasibility study on using compressed natural gas (CNG) to power City of Jefferson (Wisconsin) fleet vehicles were presented to the common council.
  Matheson Trucking, Inc. has received a NGVAmerica achievement award for its ongoing fuel transition program involving both compressed and liquefied natural gas conversions of 37 truck tractors in the Matheson Postal Services Division fleet.
  Mantecaís food waste combined with methane gas from the municipal wastewater treatment plant could generate enough compressed natural gas to power properly-equipped vehicles averaging 15 miles per gallon some 3.84 million miles a year.
  FedEx Corp. cut a giant ribbon to officially open a state-of-the-art CNG station that will allow over 100 FedEx Freight Class 8 trucks to use the convenience of fast-fueling as well as money-saving time-fueling.
  The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System celebrated the opening of a $38 million bus yard and maintenance facility in the East County, which will serve as the base for 120 buses that run on compressed natural gas (CNG).
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