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VW Trust Effective Date has Been Set

The final paperwork for the Volkswagen Settlement’s Environmental Mitigation Trust was filed on October 2nd, and the Trust Effective Date is October 2, 2017. States will have 60 days to submit their Certification for Beneficiary Status, which will allow them to become Beneficiaries of the Trust. A fillable Certification for Beneficiary Status and other applicable forms will be uploaded

Texas Revives $2,500 Electric Vehicle Credit

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott this week signed into law a $2,500 electric vehicle rebate program aimed at boosting adoption in the Lone Star State, but it is not clear if the incentive will apply to the most well-known EV manufacturer out there. The law reboots a 2013 rebate that expired two years ago. But that program did not

Survey: Dallas Ranked Top NGV County in Texas

by Lauren Tyler A survey conducted by the Texas Natural Gas Foundation (TXNG) has found that Dallas County, with 3,579 vehicles and 25 stations, is the top natural gas vehicle county in the state of Texas. “As our survey indicates, Texas is making strides in replacing conventional fuels with natural gas,” says State Rep. and TXNG President

Texas Gas Service is Improving CNG Access in the Austin Area

At the National Coordinator Training, Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance received a certificate  for “Greatest Improvement in Petroleum Displacement – CNG in 2016”.  We give a shout-out to all of our fleets using CNG with an especial acknowledgment to longtime LSCFA member, Wayne Snead of Texas Gas Service for his dedicated work with CNG4America (CNG4America.com)

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

Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust

Governor Greg Abbott has selected the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality as the lead agency responsible for the administration of funds received from the Volkswagen State Environmental Mitigation Trust. Once Texas is certified as a beneficiary of this Trust, a minimum of $209 million dollars will be made available over the next ten years for