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City of Jacksonville Finalizes City Vehicle, Car Allowance Policy

JACKSONVILLE, FL – The policy addresses park and ride and take-home vehicle assignments and eligibility.

Doing More with Less: GFX Presenters to Share Tips

DENVER – At the 2009 GFX Conference, June 8-10, a panel of award-winning fleet managers will share solutions to the challenges of working with minimal resources.

Infiniti Launching First of Hybrid Line in 2010

FRANKLIN, TN - Nissan is starting to ramp up their EV ambitions. Not only are they starting production of fleets of ZEVs in 2010, but their luxury Infiniti brand is making a major commitment to EVs.

Audi A2 Concept. Photo Source: CARS Online.

New Audi A2 to Include Electric Version

HERNDON, VA - Audi recently began working on the concept of a possible upcoming A2. The A3, classified by Audi as a small city car, is reportedly at the concept stage at this point.

Subaru to Introduce All-New Legacy at NY Auto Show

NEW YORK – Subaru announced the all-new 2010 Legacy sedan will debut at the New York International Auto Show, featuring a longer wheelbase, extra rear seat legroom, and a new powertrain lineup, according to the manufacturer.

Comdata Enters Into Agreement with Regal Software Technologies

BRENTWOOD, TN – This agreement will enable customers of either company to expand their corporate payment programs with an electronic accounts payable solution integrated into the Microsoft Dynamics accounting suite.

Dutch Company to Make Electric Cars for U.S.

NETHERLANDS – Malaysia's national carmaker Proton and a Dutch-based company have signed an agreement to make zero emission electric cars for sale in the U.S. and Europe by next year, according to Forbes.

Smith to Assemble All-Electric Trucks in Kansas City

Production of the first zero-emission commercial trucks is scheduled to begin third quarter of 2009.

Photo credit: MSU

Morehead State Univ. Goes Electric

MOREHEAD, KY – By testing five electric vehicles in its fleet, the university has been able to reduce the gas-powered vehicle fleet by about 15 percent since last fall, reported The Trail Blazer campus newspaper.

Columbus to Use Stimulus Funds for 'Green' Efforts

COLUMBUS, OHIO – The federal economic-stimulus plan will allow the City of Columbus continue to move forward on its "green" efforts, according to The Columbus Dispatch.

Placer County Cuts Back on Take-Home Vehicle Use

GRANITE BAY, CA – New policy developed by the County Executive Office includes reduction in the number of SUVs used as take-home vehicles, attaching prominent county markings, and buying more fuel-efficient models.

Oklahoma State University to Add CNG Station for Campus Fleets

SEAL BEACH, CA – The new CNG facility will support the University's program to replace most of its diesel bus and gasoline-powered fleet vehicles with energy-efficient, environmentally friendly CNG models.

Detroit Diesel Introduces the DD16 Engine with BlueTec Technology

REDFORD, MI - Rounding out its series of all-new, heavy-duty engines, Detroit Diesel today unveils the DD16, which is the most powerful engine offered by Detroit Diesel and the first to be launched with BlueTec emissions technology.

Malaysian Automaker to Manufacture Electric Cars for Netherlands-Based Company

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA --- Proton Holdings Bhd. has agreed to manufacture electric cars for Netherlands-based Detroit Electric Holdings Ltd. that will generate as much as two billion ringgit ($553.2 million) in revenue over four years, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

Ethanol Industry Lobbies Against California Emissions Rule Proposal

SACRAMENTO, CA --- Leaders and investors in the ethanol industry have launched a major lobbying effort against California's proposal to slash carbon emissions from transportation fuels.

Tesla Unveils Model S All-Electric Sedan

HAWTHORNE, CA --- Tesla Motors unveiled a pair of prototype Model S all-electric-power five-door sedans on March 26, telling reporters that one version of the upcoming vehicle will travel 300 miles on a single charge.

Toyota Plans New Hybrid to Rival Honda Insight

TORRANCE – Toyota Motor Corp. plans to produce a new small hybrid car to rival Honda's Insight hybrid vehicle that just reached the United States, according to Japan's Nikkei business newspaper.

Photo credit: Coca-Cola Enterprises, Europe

Coke Tests Hybrid Truck in Europe

BRUSSELS – The pilot program, to run in Brussels until July, is part of Coca Cola' s efforts at "developing a sustainable transport strategy across its European business."

U.S. Mileage Standards Up in 2011-MY

WASHINGTON – The standard would require compacts, sedans, and other passenger cars to average 30.2 miles per gallon in combined city/highway driving.

Fisker Automotive Recruits First U.S. Retailers

IRVINE, CA --- Automaker Fisker Automotive has appointed its first group of U.S. retailers to market and service its luxury plug-in hybrid vehicles, beginning with the $87,900 100-mpg Karma sedan later this year.

States Logistics' Truck Fleet Demonstrates Merits of Biodiesel

LOUISVILLE, KY --- The National Biodiesel Board on March 18 announced results of a lifecycle carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction demonstration. The six-month demonstration culminated in a report showing how the California-based fleet of States Logistics reduced CO2 by 72.9 tons by using biodiesel instead of straight petroleum diesel.

Long Beach Harbor Commissioners Back Incentives for Clean Trucks Program

LONG BEACH, CA --- The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners have given preliminary approval to a proposal aimed at spurring private investment in the Port of Long Beach Clean Trucks Program.

Alagasco Adds Four CNG-Fueled Honda Civic GX Sedans to Fleet

BIRMINGHAM, AL --- Alagasco, a natural gas utility company that's a part of energy giant Energen Corp., said it has acquired four new natural gas Honda Civic GX sedans for its fleet.

Smith Electric Vehicles U.S. Corp. to Locate Assembly Plant in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO --- Smith Electric Vehicles U.S. Corp. announced plans to assemble all-electric, zero-emission commercial vehicles in Kansas City.

Algae Venture Systems Making Progress in Algae-Based Fuel Development

MARYSVILLE, OH --- AlgaeVenture Systems announced it has developed a technological breakthrough that dramatically reduces the cost of removing water from algae, making algae an economically feasible source of fuel.


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