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11/12 – AFFP grant application workshop – Austin

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality announced today that up to $6 million dollars in grants is being made available to eligible individuals, businesses, and governmental entities to continue the development of a network of natural gas and/or other alternative fuel fueling stations to serve as a foundation for a self-sustaining market for alternative fuel

LSCFA has New Leadership

On June 30th, Stacy Neef retired after 16 years as the Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance (formerly Central Texas Clean Cities) Executive Director.  While Stacy will be available to work with LSCFA on special assignments, she  will be spending more time riding her horses in competitions, with her grandchildren and traveling. The “new”  Lone Star Clean

TCEQ Announces New Round of Grants for Alternative Fuel and/or Natural Gas Fueling Stations

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality announced today that up to $6 million dollars in grants is being made available to eligible individuals, businesses, and governmental entities to continue the development of a network of natural gas and/or other alternative fuel fueling stations to serve as a foundation for a self-sustaining market for alternative fuel

Fuels Fix Summer 2017 Issue is Available

https://issuu.com/jgoverly/docs/fuelsfix_summer2017_pdf

What’s the Difference between Installed Capacity and Electricity Generation?

by DARON CHRISTOPHER What’s the difference between the installed capacity and electricity generation of energy sources? It’s a good question and one that’s commonly misunderstood. In the energy world, these two terms are often used to describe the growth of energy resources in the United States. Take wind or solar, for example. There might be an

What’s the Right Electric-Car Charger for Your Home?

From consumerreports.org Customizing your electric-vehicle-charging habits can help save you plenty of time and money By Nick Kurczewski August 04, 2017 Now that the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Tesla Model 3 are on U.S. roads, car shoppers have a choice of more affordable electric vehicles that can go more than 200 miles without a recharge. These

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