SEATTLE --- Propel Fuels, a leading retailer of renewable fuels, on June 1 hosted Seattle's first Hydrogen Vehicle Show at its Downtown Seattle Clean Fuel Point station.
ROCKLEIGH, NJ – Volvo Cars of North America, LLC announced it will offer a unique Safe + Sound Coverage Plan on all 2009 models.
EDEN PRAIRIE, MN – GE Capital Fleet Services has been nominated as a finalist by Telematics Update for their annual "Best Telematics Service & Application for Commercial Vehicles" award.
SAN CARLOS, CA --- Tesla Motors has launched a safety recall covering all 345 Tesla Roadsters manufactured before April 22, 2009.
McKINNEY, TX --- Emission Solutions Inc. (ESI), a Texas-based manufacturer of natural gas engines for trucks and buses, announced it has received its 2010 certificate of conformance from the EPA and its 2010 California Air Resources Board (CARB) executive order for its 7.6-liter natural gas engines.
DAVIE, FL --- The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) on May 28 celebrated the grand opening of the United States' 2,000th E85 fueling station.
PLAYA VISTA, CA --- The Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE, a multimillion dollar competition to inspire a new generation of super fuel-efficient vehicles, has hired Eric Cahill as senior director.
TORRANCE, CA --- Lexus said its 2010 HS 250h offers a highly efficient engine design, an exhaust heat recovery system, reduction in parasitic losses, a new evaporative emissions system and driver-selectable driving modes.
GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN - A Volvo that can be fuelled with electricity from a standard wall socket will be a reality in 2012. Swedish energy company Vattenfall and the Volvo Car Corporation are launching an industrial joint venture partnership to introduce plug-in hybrids on the market.
NEW YORK, NY – During a recent event in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Mack Trucks, Inc. was recognized for delivering a diesel-electric hybrid MACK TerraPro Low Entry model refuse truck to the City of New York.
COVINGTON, GA – The 16 agencies participating in the North Georgia Fuel Cooperative have started the bidding process for their bulk fuel purchase, according to the Covington News.
PHILADELPHIA – The county has agreed to pay a $4,600 penalty to settle alleged violations of federal regulations designed to prevent, detect, and control fuel leaks from underground storage tanks.
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – Dutchess County will borrow $905,340 to replace vehicles in the sheriff's office and other departments, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.
NAPERVILLE, IL – Naperville fleet vehicles may soon run on residents' yard clippings under a plan to produce renewable energy, according to the Chicago Tribune.
WASHINGTON CITY, UT – Washington City is one of several cities in Utah applying for a sum of money from a $15 million grant to be awarded by Utah Clean Cities, according to the Spectrum.
BOULDER, CO – Hybrid fleet sales are expected to surpass 830,000 vehicles in 2015, based on a new study from Pike Research.
The Voucher Incentive Program (VIP) offers between $30,000 and $35,000 per grant depending on the age of the truck.
AUBURN HILLS, MI – Chrysler has submitted three proposals to the Department of Energy aimed at rapid vehicle electrification.
As companies look to save on fuel costs while staying environmentally friendly, hybrid-electrics and plug-in hybrids will continue garnering attention.
The four-seat, plug-in Fisker Karma hybrid provides 50 emission-free miles on a single charge of its lithium-ion battery pack and up to 403hp from two electric motors, according to the company.
Honda will now build the Civic GX exclusively in Indiana.
TORRANCE, CA – With local governments across the country working hard to cut costs under tight budgets, county and city take-home vehicle policies have become a more closely examined issue in recent months.
CHARLESTON, WV – The Kanawha County Sheriff's Department will retire 19 cars this year, most with more than 100,000 miles, according to the Charleston Gazette.
SEATTLE – The deployment of Verdiem's Surveyor PC Power Management Software has enabled county agencies to reduce energy consumption by an average of 38 percent and eliminate more than 3 million lbs. of carbon dioxide emissions.
BOSTON – The state will use stimulus funding from the federal Department of Energy to spur the use of hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles by municipalities, private companies, and government agencies, according to the Boston Globe.
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