Excellance Inc. just finished a new compressed natural gas (CNG) unit for Bossier City Fire Department before heading off to Pinnacle this year. These new emergency vehicles created for the Bossier City Fire Department are stylish, powerful, and sleek.
  Dallas County, with 3,579 vehicles and 25 stations, is the top natural gas vehicle county in the state of Texas, according to a recent survey conducted by the Texas Natural Gas Foundation (TXNG).
  Waste Management announced a significant milestone in its natural gas fleet journey, opening its 100th natural gas fueling station.
  NGVAmerica and industry advocates participated at the Natural Gas Vehicle Research Workshop that recently took place at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado.
  Omaha Metro Transit’s Board of Directors has approved the purchase of nine compressed natural gas (CNG) powered buses for Metro’s paratransit service, MOBY.
  A compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station has opened at a Shipley Energy fleet fueling facility in Spring Garden Township, York County.
  The mail carrier entered into a contract with Trillium and now stops at the Trillium compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station in Omaha, NE.
  The Straus Family Creamery in Marin County, California, has announced the launch of the first full-scale electric truck powered by biomethane created from cow manure.
  The RNG industry was heavily represented at the Environmental Protection Agency's public comment hearing for the 2018 Renewable Fuel Volume Standard Proposed Rule to advocate for RNG transportation fuel under the RFS program.
  Clean Energy Fuels Corp. announced that Dallas Area Rapid Transit, one of the country’s largest transit agencies to move away from diesel to natural gas, has extended Clean Energy’s operation and maintenance contract for an additional four years.
  American Natural Gas and a portfolio company within HC2 Holdings, Inc. held a ribbon cutting ceremony, in collaboration with Tennessee Clean Fuels, to unveil its new public compressed natural gas station in Fayetteville, Tennessee.
  MassDOT Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack and MBTA Interim General Manager Steve Poftak have marked the delivery of 345 new buses to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) service fleet in Boston.
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