Natural Gas – Conversions, Vehicles and Technology

Clean Cities’ Resource/Tool Tip of the Week

June 14, 2011

More than 7,000 fueling stations across the country provide alternatives to gasoline and diesel fuel. In order for your fleet’s drivers to utilize those stations, they have to be able to find them. So the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program maintains an online public database of station locations.

The Alternative Fueling Station Locator helps drivers navigate to stations that provide propane, biodiesel, natural gas, electric charging and E85. Users can also download the data into a spreadsheet. There’s even a mobile version for smartphones. Every month, this online mapping tool features new stations, including the rapidly growing networks of electric vehicle charging stations.

Clean Cities' alt-fuel station locator mobile application
Clean Cities' alt-fuel station locator mobile application

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