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
Annual guide helps you compare and evaluate alternative fuel vehicles to make sound purchasing decisions The Clean Cities 2015 Vehicle Buyer’s Guide is now available online and for order at no charge through the EERE Publication and Product Library. Consumers and fleet managers have relied on the annual guide for years as a comprehensive and unbiased source
From Fleets & Fuels The unexpectedly persistent low price of oil punctuates every conversation in the world of alternative fuels in these early days of 2015 – but alternative fuels march on, as exemplified by busy times for propane autogas at CleanFuel USA, says CEO Curtis Donaldson. CleanFuel USA provides both vehicle upfit services and
By Joe Thompson, president, ROUSH CleanTech Folks are often quick to offer their opinion about the use of alternative fuels in fleet vehicles. Here’s a breakdown of the top five worst pieces of advice I’ve heard when it comes to considering alternative fuels. Compare miles per gallon. MPG is an ineffective measurement because alternative fuels
The Railroad Commission of Texas offers many state grants and incentives for fleets looking to switch to alternative fuel. View Grants.
Clean Cities University offers monthly webinars for coordinators and stakeholders with up-to-date information about industry topics and training on Web-based tools. They keep all of the previous webinars in their archives section, where you can watch them. They offer information on many different subjects! Go here to watch a few.