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Approximately 90 iQ EVs will be available for fleet and car-sharing applications.

Scion Launches iQ EV in U.S.

DENVER – Production for the battery-electric four-seater began in September. The vehicle is expected to travel up to 50 miles on a full charge, according to the automaker.

ChargePoint 4.0 Goes Live, Free 7-Day Trial Available

CAMPBELL, CA – ChargePoint 4.0 is a free upgrade for all ChargePoint account holders. Organizations considering offering EV charging services can also try a free seven-day trial through the “ChargePoint Test Drive.”

The company's four 15-passenger ROUSH CleanTech propane-autogas-powered Ford E-350 vans have been serving Vail resorts during the past year. (Photo: ROUSH CleanTech)

Colorado Mountain Express Saving $18K with Each New Propane Shuttle Van

VAIL, CO – Each of the shuttle vans fueled by propane autogas is saving Colorado Mountain Express more than $18,600 at the pump and emitting 42,689 less lbs. of carbon dioxide during the 160,000-mile life expectancy of each van, according to the company.

A123 Systems to Sell Assets to Johnson Controls for $125 Million

WALTHAM, MA – Johnson Controls plans to acquire A123’s automotive business assets, including all of its automotive technology, products and customer contracts; its facilities in Livonia and Romulus, Mich.; and its cathode powder manufacturing facilities in China.

More Than $20 Million Awarded to Boost Green Vehicles & Vehicle Batteries

SACRAMENTO, CA – A total of $20,093,718 is being awarded through the California Energy Commission to help put more electric and alt-fuel vehicles on the road and boost the development of battery vehicles.

EPA Awards $30 Million for Clean Diesel Projects

WASHINGTON – The clean diesel projects funded through these grants will work to address the more than 11 million older diesel engines that continue to emit higher levels of pollution.

20th Annual National NGV Achievement Award Winners Announced

WASHINGTON AND ACWORTH, GA – NGVAmerica and the Clean Vehicle Education Foundation (CVEF) announced ten 2012 winners of the NGV Achievement Award and one NGV Lifetime Achievement Award.

Honda Offers Civic Natural Gas Customers $3,000 Worth of Free Fuel

TORRANCE, CA – American Honda is working with Clean Energy and participating Honda dealers to provide a debit card pre-loaded with $3,000 that can be used at Clean Energy CNG fueling stations around the country to purchase fuel.

GE and Chesapeake Energy Launch ‘CNG In A Box’ System

LAS VEGAS – Vehicle fleet operators using the plug-and-play on-site fueling solution can save about 40 percent in fuel costs, according to the companies.

CODA Offers Test Drives and $500 Fleet Incentive on All-Electric Sedan

LOS ANGELES – CODA is offering test drives of the vehicle at four partner dealerships in California and its “CODA Experience Center” in Los Angeles. Also available to fleets is a $500 incentive.

Arkansas Adds 13 CNG Vehicles to Police Fleet

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR – The City of North Little Rock, Ark., recently added 13 compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles to its fleet, including nine Chevrolet Tahoe police vehicles.

Sears Home Services Converts 27 Fleet Service Vans to Propane Autogas

HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL – The conversion of the service and product repair vehicles to propane autogas is one of several initiatives underway to improve the efficiency of the fleet of 9,200 Home Services vans.

Williams Innovations Rolls Out Teleswivel Hitch Systems At Sunbelt Rentals

DURHAM, NC – Sunbelt Rentals is fielding TeleSwivel brand proximity hitches to all of its vehicles that tow trailers, starting with hitch adapters on new pick-up trucks for managers and sales reps and receiver hitches in new roll back, stake body, and service trucks.

Virginia's Governor Robert McDonnell speaks about the State's efforts to fuel its vehicles with alternative fuels and convert its fleet vehicles.

Virginia to Convert State Vehicles to Run on Alt Fuels

RICHMOND, VA - Virginia’s Governor Robert McDonnell has signed agreements with a number of alternative fuel and vehicle conversion companies that will enable State and local government entities to purchase fuel and convert their fleet vehicles.

ROUSH CleanTech's booth at the 2012 Green Fleet Conference.

ROUSH CleanTech Focuses on Expanding Product Lineup

SCHAUMBURG, IL - Green Fleet magazine interviewed Todd Mouw, VP of sales and marketing for ROUSH CleanTech, about the company’s current and future product plans and its approach to the fleet industry.

GE's Johanna Wellington discusses EVs and natural gas vehicles in her keynote at the 2012 Green Fleet Conference.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: GE’s Wellington Discusses Upcoming Alt-Fuel Vehicle Technologies

SCHAUMBURG, IL – At the 2012 Green Fleet Conference, the Tuesday mid-day keynote featured Johanna Wellington, Sustainable Energy Program Leader with GE's Global Research Center. Wellington focused on two alternative-fuel vehicle technology areas, electric vehicles and natural gas.

FedEx's Mitch Jackson discussed the company's approach to balancing sustanability and the bottom line at the Wednesday morning keynote during the 2012 Green Fleet Conference.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: FedEx’s Jackson Discusses Creating a Sustainable Fleet While Balancing the Bottom Line

SCHAUMBURG, IL – The morning keynote on Wednesday during the 2012 Green Fleet Conference featured Mitch Jackson, Environmental Affairs & Sustainability FedEx Corp., who provided an overview of the company’s approach to sustainability in its fleet and overall operations.

Washington Gas' Melissa Reidy accepts the CLEANFleet certification honor from Government Fleet magazine's Publisher Eric Bearly.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: Washington Gas Receives First Clean Fleet Certification

SCHAUMBURG, IL - CLEANFleet Certification is a national program developed by the Coalition for Green Fleet Management to certify both private and public fleet operations as energy efficient and environmentally responsible.

The Sustainabilty All-Stars for 2012.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: Green Fleet Magazine Names 40 Sustainability All-Stars

SCHAUMBURG, IL - The second annual Sustainability All-Star award recipients were recognized Oct. 3 at the Green Fleet Conference in Schaumburg, Ill. Green Fleet magazine staff reviewed nominees submitted online based on professional longevity, accomplishments (significant sustainability achievements), innovation (innovative ways individuals have contributed to reducing emissions and fuel consumption), and overall industry involvement.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: 40 Government Green Fleets Recognized

SCHAUMBURG, IL - The City of Riverside, Calif., was named the No. 1 Government Green Fleet. The award is evaluated based on standards in fleet composition, fuel and emissions, policy and planning, fleet utilization, education, executive and employee involvement, and supporting programs.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: PERC Gives Go Airport Express Its Propane Autogas Fleet Award

SCHAUMBURG, IL – The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) gave its Propane Autogas Fleet Award to Go Airport Express at the 2012 Green Fleet Conference on Oct. 3 in Schaumburg, Ill.

MotorWeek's John Davis.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: Davis' Opening Keynote Covers State of Electric Vehicles

SCHAUMBURG, IL - MotorWeek's John Davis discussed the current state of electric vehicle technology and showed video reviews of a number of new electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles on the market in his opening keynote at the 2012 Green Fleet Conference.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: Developing a Plan to ‘Green’ a Truck Fleet

SCHAUMBURG, IL – Tackling the challenge of “greening” medium-duty trucks was the focus of one of the conference sessions at the 2012 Green Fleet Conference, with the NTEA’s Fleet Relations Director Bob Johnston presenting a plan truck fleets can follow to successfully meet their sustainability goals.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: Deli Express Showcases the Power of Cooperation

SCHAUMBURG, IL - At the 2012 Green Fleet Conference in Schaumburg, Ill., one of the sessions featured an overview of how E.A. Sween/Deli Express worked with its key suppliers to develop a vehicle that fit the company's needs.

NREL Study Finds Hybrid Delivery Vans Get at Least 13 Percent Improved Fuel Economy

GOLDEN, CO – The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) issued a report that shows the fuel economy benefits of hybrid electric delivery vans when compared with similar conventionally powered vans.



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