Nissan has released retail pricing for its 2014 LEAF electric subcompact car, which will start at just under $29,000 for the base S model.
Congress has allowed a biodiesel tax incentive to lapse at year’s end. The $1-per-gallon biodiesel tax incentive expired on Dec. 31. The biodiesel incentive also expired in 2010 and 2012.
Automotive Fleet is updating its annual listing of the Top 50 Green Fleets for its upcoming Fleet 500 supplement.
Toyota Motor Sales will produce a hydrogen fuel-cell electric car for the 2015 model year with a 300-mile range that will initially debut in California, the automaker announced at the Consumer Electronics Show.
During the Mobility and Transport 2013 Conference held in Bogota earlier this year, global bus manufacturer BYD announced the 2014 production of a long-range, 18 meter (60 foot), articulated all-battery-electric transit bus.
Fleet management company (FMC) PHH Arval recently signed an agreement with VNG to help integrate light-duty natural gas vehicles into its operations.
The City of Little Rock, Ark., is putting the finishing touches on its first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station for public and private vehicles.
Ford Motor Co. will show an innovative solar-powered C-Max Energi plug-in hybrid concept vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show this month, the automaker announced Thursday.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper recently announced the availability of $30 million in funding for the state’s natural gas fueling infrastructure through the Federal Highway Administration’s Congestion, Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program.
Mercedes-Benz is introducing a battery electric B-Class compact car into the U.S. market in the summer of 2014 with a price tag of around $40,000, a spokesman told Automotive Fleet.
A recent report by Navigant Research predicts that the market for natural gas trucks and buses will see an annual growth of 12.6 percent and 6.4 percent, respectively, by the year 2022.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded more than $7 million for hydrogen and fuel cell vehicle and infrastructure projects in four states to speed the development of the technology.
Volkswagen Group of America has sold 100,000 TDI clean diesel vehicles in the U.S. in 2013, reaching the milestone for the first time in a calendar year, the automaker has announced.
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The City of Houston expects to save about $110,000 a year in fuel and maintenance costs by issuing 27 Nissan Leaf electric vehicles to city workers as part of a broader sustainability initiative that also includes car sharing.
A City of Philadelphia economic committee is investigating a proposal to replace aging city vehicles with vehicles that run on compressed natural gas or other alternative fuels.
The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) recently created an infographic that highlights fleets that were recognized for their use of propane autogas at the 2013 Green Fleet Conference in early October.
General Motors is developing a compact car similar to the battery-electric Chevrolet Volt that will go 200 miles on a single charge and carry a generator.
Toyota Motor Sales will debut its hydrogen-powered FCV concept sedan at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January, the automaker announced Wednesday.
A $34.7 million California tax break will allow Tesla Motors to broadly expand its production of electric cars and powertrains.
Republic Services Inc. announced the deployment of 107 compressed natural gas solid waste and recycling trucks to serve customers in Anaheim and throughout Orange County.
Ford Motor Co. announced plans to collaborate with the University of Michigan and State Farm to further develop automated driving and other advanced technologies.
Tesla Motors plans to unveil a more affordable electric car in early 2015 to expand its reach as it moves into its third generation of battery electric vehicles.
Model-year 2012 vehicles achieved an all-time high fuel economy of 23.6 miles per gallon (mpg), according to a report released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
A recently developed product from a recently formed company is an electric-drive van, with shuttle-bus versions now in production and cargo vans available.
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