The trolleys are fueled by compressed natural gas (CNG), which cuts tail pipe emissions by 20 percent compared to existing diesel buses.
   
  The Ontario Trucking Association says it is pleased the Ford Government was listening to the trucking industry as it drafted its Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan.
 
  About 60 people were on hand Wednesday as the Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority (PARTA) celebrated the opening of its compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station.
   
  Matson, the US ocean transport and logistics services provider, said its first of four new dual-fuel ships that will be introduced in its Hawaii service over the next two years, arrived in Honolulu.
 
  The $14 million total is earmarked by the ports to give to goods-hauling drivers $100,000 in grant funding to help pay for new lower emission, natural gas-powered trucks.
   
  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized 30 clean water infrastructure projects for excellence and innovation within the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  ETCOG’s GoBus transportation system has been awarded a Lone Star Natural Gas Vehicle Award for outstanding contributions toward the advancement of natural gas as a transportation fuel.
   
  Greenville Utilities Commission is seeing increased use in its compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station located off Belvoir Highway.
 
  The company commissioned 118 ‘near-zero emission,’ compressed natural gas (CNG)/renewable natural gas (RNG) powered concrete mixer trucks, which were placed in operation in 4Q17.
   
  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded a $1,052,524 grant to the Metropolitan Energy Center of Kansas City to protect children’s health by reducing diesel emissions and exposure in multiple metro areas.
 
  Seven organizations and individuals were honored at Natural Gas Vehicles for America’s (NGVAmerica) 30th Anniversary Industry Summit and Annual Meeting for their contributions toward the advancement of natural gas as a transportation fuel.
   
  New York’s 625,000 dairy cows produce an almost limitless supply of “brown gold” – manure that can be used to make clean-burning renewable natural gas, to fuel vehicles throughout the state.
 
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