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Chesapeake's Natural Gas-Fueled Vehicles

Cheseapeake Energy Corp. has a goal of converting its entire fleet of 4,500 light-duty vehicles (which the company expects to grow to 5,000 vehicles in the future) to run on natural gas. The following gallery shows a selection of vehicles from the company's fleet.

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FedEx Express is rolling out 4,000 new vehicles, many of which are Mercedes BlueTEC clean diesel Sprinter vans (right). The company is also rolling out a select number of Navistar eStar all-electric delivery vehicles (right).

FedEx Express' New Fleet Vehicles

FedEx's subsidiary FedEx Express is replacing 4,000 vehicles in its fleet. The new vehicles consist primarily of BlueTEC clean diesel Sprinter vans, but the company is also adding Navistar eStar all-electric delivery vehicles, Freightliner eCells, and Ford Transit Connect Electric vans.

This gallery shows pictures from FedEx of the new vehicles in its fleet, focusing on the all-electric vehicles.

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This is the label for a standard gasoline-fueled vehicle.

The DOT and EPA's New Fuel Economy Labels

After 30 years the Department of Transportation and Department of Energy have collaborated with the auto industry, environmental groups, and consumers to create a new fuel economy label. This gallery shows examples of the labels for vehicles powered by different fuel and energy systems.

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The Prius V was designed from the ground up rather than built on the existing Prius platform, Toyota stated.

2012 Toyota Prius V Hybrid

Toyota has released detailed information about its 2012 Prius V, the new larger model in the Prius family of vehicles. The Prius V will deliver an EPA-estimated 44 mpg city, 40 mpg highway, 42 mpg combined.

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Public Sector Environmental Leadership Award winners attending the Green Fleet Conference were: (l-r, front) Chris Wiley, City of Seattle; Sherry Lewis, University of California, Los Angeles; Renee Jordan, University of Michigan; Paul Condran; City of Culver City, Calif.; and (l-r, back) James Tillman, City of Houston, on behalf of Houston Mayor Bill White; David Roussel, Orange County, Fla.; Ariella Maron, New York City; Mike O’Donnell, City of Milwaukee, on behalf of Venu Gupta; Michael Picardi, City of Chicago; and Gerald Smith, City of Kansas City, Mo., on behalf of Samuel Swearngin.

2009 Green Fleet Conference

More than 350 fleet industry professionals attended the Green Fleet Conference, which offered solutions and resources to help fleet managers continue environmental initiatives in budget-challenged times, according to organizers.

Environmental initiatives "make economic sense," Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley told a crowded audience at the conference, held Oct. 19-20 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. 

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