Officials with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and rabbittransit in York, Pennsylvania, welcomed the commonwealth’s newest public compressed natural gas (CNG) station at a ribbon cutting today.
  Philly Shipyard, Inc. (PSI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Philly Shipyard ASA, has initiated construction of up to four new, cost-effective and environmentally friendly containerships with deliveries in 2020 and 2021.
  Construction of a compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station could get started in about a month.
  The program has survived for nearly 25 years because of its dedication to the cause and its determination to get alternatives to gasoline and diesel to become mainstream.
  The Mid Mon Valley Transit Authority, Pennsylvania, opened a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station for its fleet of buses at former U.S. Steel property in an area where fog trapped pollution over three days killing at least 22 people.
  Ozinga announced the official opening of its new concrete production plant on Jarvis Street in Des Plaines, Illinois.
  The Wasatch Resource Recovery (WRR) project in North Salt Lake City, Utah, has selected GE's Monsal advanced anaerobic digestion technologies to convert food waste into biogas to generate renewable energy and fertilizer.
  The City of Lawton Public Works Department, Oklahoma, has found a way to curb the time city vehicles were spending in the repair shop while combating rising diesel prices.
  A bill introduced by Senator Wayne Langerholc (R-35) to promote the use of cleaner-burning natural gas in larger vehicles was unanimously approved by the Pennsylvania State Senate.
  Matheson Trucking, Inc. is adding 27 new compressed natural gas (CNG) tractors to its clean energy fleet in 2017 that will increase the company’s total to 64 alternative energy vehicles.
  The Natural Gas Road Rally Across America has kicked off in Long Beach, California, sending several heavy-duty trucks and other vehicles powered by natural gas on a coast-to-coast road trip to Washington, D.C.
  The Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition through its programs and projects across Kentucky displaced approximately 20 million gasoline-gallon equivalents (GGEs) and reduced greenhouse-gas emissions by 160,800 tons.
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