National road rally launched to address benefits of natural gas vehicles
 

November 8, 2018. NGVAmerica teamed up with the American Gas Association and the American Public Gas Association to launch the 2018 Drive Nat Gas Coast-to-Coast NGV Road Rally. This four week, 5,000+ mile, 14 stop cross country excursion highlights the benefits of natural gas use in transportation.

   “Clean air starts with clean vehicles, and the cleanest heavy-duty engine in the world runs on natural gas,” said Dan Gage, President of NGVAmerica. “We are fortunate to have partners here locally who understand the importance of implementing affordable natural gas solutions in everyday life. And we ask local elected officials and policy makers to join with them to promote and increase natural gas use in transportation that will result in protecting our environment, cleaning our air, and expanding our economy.”

   Beginning on the East Coast and concluding at the start of NGVAmerica’s 30th Anniversary Annual Meeting and Industry Summit in Palm Springs, California, the 2018 NGV Road Rally itinerary includes multiple formal stops:

October 17th - Freehold, New Jersey

October 18th - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

October 18th - Johnstown, Pennsylvania

October 22nd - Columbus, Ohio

October 23rd - Indianapolis, Indiana

October 26th - Trenton, Tennessee

October 29th - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

October 30th - Houston, Texas

October 31st - San Antonio, Texas

November 1st - Dallas, Texas

November 2nd - Arlington, Texas

November 5th - Greeley, Colorado

November 13th - Fontana, California

November 14th - Palm Springs, California

   2018 Road Rally sponsors and venue hosts include: American Gas Association, American Public Gas Association, CenterPoint Energy, Clean Energy Fuels, the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas, Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities, DTE Energy, Enestas Natural Gas, Freedom CNG, Gain Clean Fuel, Gibson County Utility District, Houston Galveston Clean Cities, Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia, New Jersey Natural Gas, NGVAmerica, Oklahoma Natural Gas, Ozinga Energy, Quantum Fuel Systems, SoCalGas, Trillium, TruStar Energy CNG, Texas Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance, UGI Utilities, UPS, VIA San Antonio, WEH US, and X3CNG.