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From the folks at Clean Fuels Consulting: The results and conclusions from the 6th Critical Issues Workshop, CNG & LNG Safety: Perception & Reality held in Brussels on 8-9 October 2014 are now finalized and available. Fifty six participating experts from 16 countries on four continents attended, representing natural gas vehicle (NGV) stakeholders including equipment manufacturers and suppliers, vehicle manufacturers and government policy makers.

The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Clean Cities Program and its nearly 100 coalitions across the nation reached a major petroleum-reduction milestone -- reducing one billion gallons in 2013 alone. This keep the Clean Cities program on track to meet its ambitious petroleum-reduction goal of 2.5 billions gallons a year by 2020.

The Propane Education & Research Council offers incentives for the purchase or conversion of qualified mowers. And now through December 2014, the incentive amounts are DOUBLED! Fleets, landscape companies, and other eligible entities can receive $2,000 per qualifying new mower purchase or $1,000 for each mower conversion. A single company or organization may receive incentive payments for the purchase of up to 25 eligible mowers per year.

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DOE Clean Cities


Visit DOE Clean Cities for more information on the Clean Cities program as well as useful alternative fuels tools and publications.

Grants & Incentives


Securing funding is critical transportation alternative fuels projects. Click here to see DOE's database of incentives.

Alt. Fuels Data Center

The AFDC provides information, tools, and data to help you make decisions about alternative fuels and advanced vehicle options.

FuelEconomy.gov

This website compares gas mileage, emissions, air pollution ratings, and safety data for new and used conventional and alt. fuel vehicles.