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EPA Certifies Westport's 2015-MY CNG Trucks

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has certified dedicated CNG versions of Ford's E-450, F-450, F-550, F-650, and F-59 equipped with the Westport WiNG Power System and 6.8L V-10 engine.

Propane Industry Unveils New Logo, Tagline

The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) has launched a new logo and brand identity for propane — PROPANE Clean American Energy.

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Fleet Drivers Not Recharging Chevrolet Volts

A North Carolina car dealer is targeting Chevrolet Volts used in commercial fleets with less wear and tear on their batteries because drivers have been sticking to gasoline instead of plug-in charging, he says.

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Tesla Extends Drivetrain Warranty

Tesla Motors has extended the warranty covering its drive unit to match the warranty offered for the battery pack on its Model S, the company announced.

Cal Poly Adding 12 EV Chargers on Campus

A grant from the California Energy Commission will pay for installation of a dozen charging stations for electric vehicles on Cal Poly's campus in San Lius Obispo.

Nominations Extended for Sustainability All Stars

Nominations for the 2014 Sustainability All Stars have been extended.

U.S. DOE Awards $55M for EV Development

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded $55 million to projects expected to advance battery-electric vehicle technology and adaption for light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles.

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Ford and DTE Team Up to Build Michigan’s Largest Solar Array

Ford Motor Co. is working with DTE Energy to build a solar carport that could provide enough energy to power more than 150 homes for a year.

The Toyota FCV, which will go on sale in California next summer, made its North American debut in Aspen, Colo., in June. Photo courtesy of Toyota.

Toyota Gives Estimate on Cost of Hydrogen for FCV

End-users are getting a first look at the estimated cost of filling the tank on Toyota’s new fuel-cell powered sedan, which is set to debut next summer in California, as the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) issues a more-bullish report on the future of hydrogen

Trucks fuel up at a Clean Energy station. Photo: Clean Energy Fuels

Clean Energy Fuels Reports 23% Rise In Natural Gas Deliveries

Newport Beach-based Clean Energy Fuels Corp. reported a 23 percent increase in the amount of natural gas it delivered in the second quarter of 2014 versus the same period last year, according to its latest earnings report.

The Polk County (Ore.) Sheriff's Office switched 10 patrol vehicles to propane autogas in March 2013. Photo: Blue Star Gas

Propane Switch Saves Oregon Agency $25,000

Less than a year and a half after converting its 10 patrol vehicles from gasoline to propane autogas, the Polk County (Ore.) Sheriff's Office reports that it has saved $25,000 in fuel cost.

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Toyota Repair Campaigns to Fix Camry Hybrid Brakes

In response to complaints about diminished braking performance, Toyota has launched two repair campaigns involving nearly 178,000 2007-2011 model-year Camry Hybrid sedans.

Louisiana City to Add 35 CNG Converted Police Cars

The Bossier City (La.) Police Department is adding 35 new police vehicles with compressed natural gas (CNG) conversions to its fleet for a cost of approximately $1.5 million.

A Blu. station in Salt Lake City that is similar to those Interstate Distributor will use in the Pacific Northwest to refuel 10 new LNG trucks it is adding to its fleet. Photo: Blu.</st

Blu., Interstate Distributors Agree to LNG Truck Pact

Tacoma, Wash.-based Interstate Distributor Co. has signed an agreement to deploy 10 liquefied natural gas (LNG)-fueled trucks.

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California Firm Plans to Open Hydrogen Fuel Stations in 2015

FirstElement Fuel, which recently received final approval for a $27.6 million grant from the California Energy Commission to develop the first phase of the state’s hydrogen-fuel network, has selected Black & Veatch as its primary engineering and construction provider.

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Next-Gen Chevrolet Volt to Debut in January

General Motors will unveil its redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Volt in late January at the North American International Auto Show, the company has announced.

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Cable Provider Joins Clean Cities to Improve Efficiency

To further reduce its petroleum use and increase efficiency within its fleet of 20,000 services trucks and vehicles, Time Warner Cable has joined the Department of Energy's Clean Cities' National Clean Fleet Partnership.

CNG Passenger Cars Slow to Catch On in U.S.

U.S. vehicle purchasers have been slow to add natural gas powered passenger cars, while other global markets have been quicker out of the gate, according to a paid report from research firm Markets and Markets.

Green Fleet Conference & Expo Announces Speakers and Schedule

The Ninth Green Fleet Conference and Expo announced its schedule for the annual event in October. The 2014 keynote speakers are Mark Smith from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities and John Viera from Ford Motor Co.

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Two Hybrids, EV Named Vincentric Best CPO Value

The Nissan LEAF, Honda Civic Hybrid, and Lexus CT 200h have been named as Vincentric Best COP (certified pre-owned) value in the compact hatchback, compact sedan, and premium compact hatchback segments for 2014.

In addition to its Reno, Nev., location, Caesars Entertainment has installed electric vehicle charging stations for its guests in southern Nevada and at the Harrah&#39;s Southern California

Caesars Rolls Out EV Charging at Nevada, California Resorts

Guests at nearly all of Caesars Entertainment’s resorts and casinos in northern and southern Nevada can now take advantage of free electric vehicle charging through a partnership with NV Energy.

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EV Replaces Battery With 'Flowcell' Technology

A German builder's "flow cell" technology powers the Quant e-Sportlimousine all-electric vehicle without the need for a battery, the company has announced.

Green Fleet Ends Ties with 100 Best Fleets’ Green Fleet Awards

Green Fleet Magazine is mixing up its annual Green Fleet Conference and Expo this October with a revitalized awards program.

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Tesla, Panasonic to Build Gigafactory

Panasonic and Tesla have signed an agreement to build a large-scale manufacturing plant in the U.S., which will be known as the “Gigafactory,” to produce Tesla's next-generation battery.

The IIHS gave Volt an &quot;acceptable&quot; rating in the small-overlap test, noting that driver space &quot;was maintained reasonably well, and data taken from the dummy indicate a low risk of signi

Volt Earns Top Safety Pick+ Award from IIHS

Two battery-electric vehicles were among the 12 small cars the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently subjected to its tough small-overlap front crash testing, and the Chevrolet Volt performed well enough to earn a 2014 Top Safety Pick+ award.

 

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