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Phoenix Motorcars Exhibits at Low Carbon Fuels 2008

SAN FRANCISCO – Phoenix Motorcars, a California-based electric vehicle manufacturer, recently participated at the Low Carbon Fuels 2008, a two-day event in Sacramento featuring the latest in alternative fuel technologies. Phoenix

BMW Unveils New Lightweight Hydrogen Concept Vehicle

MUNICH, GERMANY – BMW has unveiled a new concept vehicle that can run solely on lightweight hydrogen.

Chrysler Plans Dodge Ram Hybrid for 2010

DETROIT – Chrysler LLC product development chief has announced plans to roll out a hybrid version of its Dodge Ram pickup truck in 2010 that is similar to two SUVs it is launching this year, according to Reuters.

Clean Energy and NGVAmerica Urge Alt-Fuel Tax Credits Extension

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Both Clean Energy Corp. and NGVAmerica are urging House and Senate conferees on the Farm Bill (H.R. 2419) to extend the existing alternative-fuel excise tax and infrastructure income tax credits.

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Ford, Smith Plan Pure Electric Version of F650

Ford recently agreed to supply Smith Electric Vehicles with a range of Ford F-Series commercial vehicles for the U.S. market.

City of Tucson Switches to B-20

TUCSON, AZ - Tucson Fire trucks and almost all city vehicles running on diesel fuel have gone green.

Miles Electric Vehicles Appoints Czinger to President/CEO Position

SANTA MONICA, CA – Miles Electric Vehicles has appointed Kevin Czinger as president and chief executive officer.

City of Sacramento to Participate in Vectrix Fleet Program

SACRAMENTO, CA – Sacramento’s Mayor Heather Fargo recently annouced the city will become the second city in the U.S. to participate in a fleet program with Vectrix.

NYC Metro Region Showcases Commitment to Alternative-Fueled Garbage Trucks

NEW YORK – Actor and environmental activist Blythe Danner joined a gathering of business people, politicians, environmentalists, and community activists to celebrate and praise garbage trucks.

EPA Asks NAFA to Represent Fleets

PRINCETON, NJ – NAFA Fleet Management Association has been invited to a special meeting with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide fleet perspectives on pending regulation for mandatory reporting of greenhouse gases.

GE Capital Solutions Fleet Services Announces First Hybrid Vehicle Rebate Program

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN – GE Capital Solutions Fleet Services has announced an industry-first Hybrid Rebate Program for companies that lease hybrid vehicles. The rebate program is designed for customers that make significant investments in new technology aimed at improving their environmental performance.

EPA Cleaning Up West Coast Diesel Engines

SAN FRANCISCO – As part of an initiative to significantly reduce diesel emissions in Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and the U.S. Pacific Islands, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Regions 9 and 10 have announced a regional competition through the West Coast Collaborative, for more than $5 million to deploy verified or certified clean diesel technologies.

City of Moline Goes Green

ROCK ISLAND, IL – By going paperless, recapping tires and buying flex-fuel vehicles, Molineis continuing its efforts to go green, the council’s No. 2 priority this year.

Tehama County Fleet to Go Green

RED BLUFF, CA – Tehama County’s vehicle fleet is going green. Supervisors recently approved the bid specifications for four new hybrid sedans and one new hybrid SUV for the Department of Social Services.

Montgomery County Urges Residents’ Use of Ethanol & CNG Fueling Stations

WASHINGTON – With the average nationwide price at the pump hitting $3.26 a gallon, Montgomery County is reminding the public that there are cheaper alternatives available for those driving flexible fuel or compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles.

City of Fayetteville Adds First Hybrid to Fleet

FAYETTEVILLE, AR – The City of Fayetteville’s first hybrid vehicle, a Ford Escape for the Police Department’s park patrol, should be a good investment for the city.

Propane Alternative-Fuel Road Show Comes to California

SACRAMENTO, CA – From Apr. 16-18, the Propane Alternative-Fuel Road Show is allowing attendees to drive the next generation propane vehicle technology in Sacramento, Fresno, and Los Angeles, California.

2008 Production Model MILES ZX40ST Work Truck to Be Introduced at the Green California Summit in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, CA – The zero emissions, AC motor MILES ZX40ST work truck will be showcased publicly for the first time at the Green California Summit.

Propane Alternative-Fuel Road Show Comes to California

SACRAMENTO, CA – From Apr. 16-18, the Propane Alternative-Fuel Road Show is allowing attendees to drive the next generation propane vehicle technology.

Honda Ranked as the "Greenest"

NEW YORK – Forbes.com recently ranked the greenest vehicles in the United States, focusing on the companies accounting for 95 percent of all new vehicles sold in 2007. Rankings were based on data from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Forklifts Become "Vehicles" for Clean Air

DALLAS – The "muscles" behind manufacturing and warehousing for decades, forklifts are now putting power into North Texas efforts for clean air, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

GM Puts Electric-Car Testing on Fast Track to 2010

DETROIT – General Motors Corp. will road-test technology needed for its Chevrolet Volt electric car this month. However, GM said it may not know for another two years whether its battery technology will be commercially viable.

Company Cuts Back on Fuel Costs by Switching Vehicles

WILTON, CT – Henry Hill, owner of Wilton-based Canine Fences, has aggressively moved toward cutting its fuel consumption by switching over its fleet of 120 vehicles to more fuel-friendly ones.

Roush Releases '09 Propane Truck for Fleet Market

DETROIT - Roush Performance recently began taking orders for its fleet-oriented, propane-powered Ford F-150 trucks that not only match power levels of gasoline models, but will also allow owners to receive government tax breaks, according to the Web site www.motortrend.com.

Cambridge Gets New Corporate-Sponsored Hybrid Taxi Fleet

CAMBRIDGE, MA – The Cambridge License Commission and City Manager Robert W. Healy has announced that six new hybrid taxicabs are now in service in Cambridge as part of the Clean Air Cab Program.

 

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