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Help Us Formulate the Clean Cities Strategy!

On Feb. 25, 2015, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) hosted a public meeting to collect input for a new Clean Cities program five-year strategic plan. The purpose of the meeting was to solicit input from a broad range of program stakeholders, including those in industry and local, state, and federal government, on how best

Touting CNG in the Texas Triangle

February 2015, by Stephane Babcock Natural gas proponents should look to the Texas Triangle for inspiration. This “megaregion” contains three of the Lone Star State’s largest cities — Houston, Dallas and San Antonio — which are connected by a highway system of Interstates 45, 10 and 35. “It is a great network of shipping lanes that

2014 State Alternative Fuels Law and Incentive Trends

In 2014, state legislatures and agencies developed a variety of incentives, laws, and regulations that support the use of alternative fuels, advanced vehicles, and other strategies that align with Clean Cities’ mission to cut the amount of petroleum used in transportation. As compared to 2013, however, the number of newly adopted state laws and incentives

Texas State University to add alternative fuel vehicles to campus fleet

From the University Star by Rebecca Banks Texas State officials will add five Compressed Natural Gas vehicles (CNG) to the university’s fleet following a requirement from a state mandate. Facility department officials purchase new vehicles every year to replace older ones. The state requires public universities to have 80 percent of their vehicles on alternative

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New House Bill: Collecting the Number of Alt. Vehicles in Texas

Senator Israel has introduced a bill intended to track information about the number of alternatively-fueled vehicles registered in Texas.  H.B. 735, Subchapter A, Chapter 504 of the Transportation Code is being amended by adding Sec. 502.004.  This bill will require TxDOT to collect info on alternative fueled vehicles registered in the state. Read the Bill. Follow