NGVAmerica President Daniel Gage talked about the inclusion of alternative fuel tax credits in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018.
  Trillium CNG, a leading US provider of compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle fueling facilities and part of the Love’s Family of Companies, will design, build and maintain hydrogen fueling stations.
  Renewable Dairy Fuels (RDF), a business unit of AMP Americas, announced that construction is underway on the country’s largest on-farm anaerobic digester-to-vehicle fuel operation.
  San Diego Metropolitan System (MTS) has awarded New Flyer with a new contract for up to 50 Xcelsior® compressed natural gas (CNG) sixty-foot, heavy-duty transit buses.
  The Natural Gas Innovation Fund (NGIF) is accepting submissions for funding to support natural gas cleantech research, demonstration and deployment innovation projects in Canada.
  Omaha Metro Transit’s fleet is getting greener with the receipt of five new buses and the contract award for 23 more to replace older models.
  Westmoreland County Transit Authority officials expect to have 16 new natural gas-fueled buses on the road by the end of 2018.
  Argonne National Laboratory and Energy Vision released two case studies of successful projects that were among the first to produce Renewable Compressed Natural Gas vehicle fuel using anaerobic digesters to capture biogases from decomposing organic waste.
  The Argonne National Laboratory launched the Heavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Calculator at a presentation at FedFleet 2018 in Washington DC, the nation’s largest gathering of public fleet managers sponsored by the U.S. General Services Administration.
  The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality announces that a second round of grants is available to eligible individuals, businesses, and government entities to continue the development of a network of natural gas fueling stations.
  The City of Saint-Hyacinthe confirmed today that its biomethanation plant has entered full service, along with the injection of the renewable natural gas (RNG) produced there into Énergir's network.
  The County of Lackawanna Transit System (COLTS) is switching its fleet to the cleaner form of fuel. The newest bus for COLTS pulls in to the garage much quieter than the fleet's 30 other vehicles.
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