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Natural-Gas Trucks Not Part of Truck Sales Boom

Truckers are ordering new equipment in record numbers, but are not turning to natural gas fueled heavy-duty trucks as fast as had been projected two years ago, according to a new report from ACT Research. The rapidly declining cost of diesel is making the return on investment for adoption of natural gas less lucrative, according

PERC: After Six Long Years, the Restriction Is Lifted!

April 14, 2015 from cleanfuelUSA In December, President Barack Obama signed into law H.R. 5705, the Propane Education and Research Enhancement Act of 2014. The legislation modifies the functions of PERC, as well as the data which the Department of Commerce (DOC) uses in developing its annual propane price analysis.   Under the Propane Education and

Which States Have the Highest Alt-Fuel Potential?

by NGT News on Monday April 13, 2015 The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) recently released a study gauging the U.S.’ most promising states for the deployment of alternative transportation fuels. “When deploying alternative fuels, it is paramount to match the right fuel with the right location, in accordance with local market conditions,” says the

Website Offers Fuel Cell Emergency Training

From Green Fleet The U.S. Department of Energy’s fuel cell technologies office announced the launch of a new website devoted to fuel cell vehicle safety training for emergency responders. The website materials, developed by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the California Fuel Cell Partnership, will help government and private training groups to develop their own

The Texas Town That Just Quit Fossil Fuels

It wasn’t altruistic. It’s because coal’s getting too pricey—and water’s become too scarce. By Daniel Gross of SLATE More and more, large entities in North America are deciding they no longer want to use fossil fuels like coal to generate electricity. They’ve decided the cost and the externalities—poor air quality, bad publicity, health issues—just aren’t worth

Answer These 9 Questions Before Implementing Propane Autogas

March 2015, by Shelley Mika of Government Fleet When implementing any major change, the likelihood of its success often depends as much — if not more — on the thought put into it beforehand than it does on what happens after. This can certainly be said about implementing propane autogas. Once the program is up and running,