EDCO is taking delivery of twenty-five new Near Zero (NZ) natural gas-powered collection vehicles and placing them into service throughout its fleet.
   
  The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, California, is accepting applications through July 28 for incentives of up to $100,000 per truck to replace 2009 or older diesel trucks with compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks.
 
  The California Legislature voted to extend the state’s Cap-and-Trade program by 10 years to 2030, while also codifying the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) into law.
   
  Disney Cruise Line, a unit of the US-based Walt Disney Company, has ordered three ships powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.
 
  For the fourth consecutive year, “Government Fleet” magazine, which covers public sector vehicles and transportation, honored Culver City as a 2017 Elite Fleet at last month’s Government Fleet Expo & Conference, held in San Antonio, Texas.
   
  Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley uses giant scissors to cut the dedication ribbon during a ceremony Friday to celebrate the recent launch of the Costa Mesa Line. The free shuttle transports passengers in and around the South Coast Metro area, California.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  On Tuesday, July 11, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams unveiled Fueling Brooklyn’s Future: Refueling Needs in a Resiliency Era, a report detailing his plans for modernizing Brooklyn’s gas stations with sustainable fueling options.
   
  The Parking Spot, the nation's largest owner and operator of near-airport parking properties, has received the Project ICARUS National Gold Medal for its companywide sustainability efforts.
 
  The Lynchburg area, Virginia, could be getting its first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station soon, which is planned to go behind the Sheetz on Forest Road at 110 Jefferson Ridge Parkway. Engineers hope to have the station built and ready by 2018.
   
  The Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas (RNG Coalition) names Ms. Nina Kapoor as the RNG Coalition's Manager of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs in Sacramento, California.
 
  The 17 new public transit buses that run on compressed natural gas (CNG) instead of diesel are being phased in on various city routes over the next few weeks.
   
  The global natural gas market is undergoing a transformation driven by new supplies coming from the US to meet growing demand in developing economies and as industry surpasses the power sector as the largest source of gas demand growth.
 
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