VALHALLA, NY - Since launching its "Fleet Adoption Program" in April, SOMS Technologies, LLC, developer and manufacturer of the microGreen Extended Performance Oil Filter, has announced that over 100 fleets have joined the program.
WASHINGTON, D.C. --- Nine of the top 10 vehicles in the government's fuel economy rankings for the 2010 model year are hybrids, and the Toyota Prius again tops the list.
FORT MILL, SC - U.S. Foodservice - Fort Mill is working to reduce fleet idling time and increase fuel efficiency as part of its latest environmental efforts.
BARTLETT, IL --- Auto Truck Group, a leading builder of work trucks, has partnered with two major CNG conversion companies to convert Ford and GM work trucks to operate on compressed natural gas.
SACRAMENTO, CA --- The California Air Resources Board fined Humboldt Transit Authority $24,000 this month for failure to inspect its diesel truck fleet for smoke emissions during 2007 and 2008.
WASHINGTON, D.C. --- The U.S. Senate on Thursday, Oct.16, voted to restore nearly all of the government funding for hydrogen car research that the Obama administration had proposed to cut, the Los Angeles Times reported.
MADISON, PA --- Coskata Inc., a major biofuels developer, said it has successfully started up its semi-commercial flex ethanol facility located in Madison, Pa.
IRVINE, CA --- BlueFire Ethanol Fuels Inc., which produces ethanol from non-food cellulosic wastes, has decided to relocate its second planned biorefinery to Fulton, Miss.
FRANKLIN, TN - Infiniti confirmed its first production hybrid vehicle will be part of the recently announced line of 2011 Infiniti M luxury performance sedans, scheduled to go on sale in spring 2010 at Infiniti dealers nationwide.
NEW YORK - With a near-record of 29,687 vehicles, the increase of motor vehicles to New York City's fleet may translate into more carbon emissions, reported the New York Post.
BOSTON - Stephen Russell, former fleet superintendent for the City of Keene, N.H., has been named alternative transportation program coordinator for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Energy Resources.
CHARLESTON, WV - A legislative audit released Oct. 14 revealed numerous West Virginia state employees failed to properly report use of state vehicles.
WASHINGTON - Although exempt from the recent Executive Order establishing energy guidelines, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) voluntarily determined its greenhouse gas emissions, making it the only federal agency to publicly report them.
PITTSBURGH - The City of Pittsburgh has retrofitted 14 garbage trucks in its city fleet with pollution controls that reduce the amount of soot emissions by 90 percent.
CHICAGO - The company has been awarded a total of $4 million in federal economic stimulus funding to expand its alternative-fuel fleet.
MT. LAUREL, NJ - ARI Manager Environmental & Fuel Strategies, John Mack, will be present in booth #37 of the expo to talk with fleets about their diesel emissions compliance needs.
WASHINGTON - For 2010, the Toyota Prius tops the list as the most fuel-efficient model at 51 mpg city/48 highway.
CUMMING, GA - Cuts to fleet staff and vehicles are just a few of the cost-cutting measures the County has taken in efforts to offset the budget deficit.
ONTARIO, CA - Energy Xtreme will display its Independence Package, a comprehensive, solid-state power-management system that consists of dry recyclable power cells that provide energy to operate a police car system's full electrical load with the engine turned off.
ST. LOUIS - The Kerry Group is now rolling out the new Shell ROTELLA Road Show mobile display that premiered at a September 23rd campaign launch event at Richard Childress Racing in Welcome, N.C.
TORRANCE, CA - Green Fleet Conference attendees will have an opportunity to attend a value-added bonus training session/workshop reviewing Government Green Fleet contest criteria on Monday, Oct. 19.
SANTA MONICA, CA - The City will use Rapid Electric Vehicles' (REV) 300 ACX PACKs to transform a Ford Escape to a 100-percent electrified vehicle for fleet use.
FORT WAYNE, IN - The 2009 Paul Dana Award was presented Oct. 14 to the City of Ft. Wayne for its dedication to converting its fleet of city trucks and buses to ethanol and biodiesel.
LOS ALTOS, CA - Baytech Corporation obtained 2010 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB) emissions certifications for Baytech's dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) fueled 6.0L heavy-duty engine that is used in General Motors, Isuzu, and Workhorse Custom Chassis heavy-duty vehicles.
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