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Pennsylvania DEP Awards $3.4M in Alternative Fuel Grants
LA, LB Ports: Near-Zero-Emission Natural Gas Trucks Ready for Drayage Operations
Cummins Shows Medium-Duty Lineup, EPA/CARB Natural Gas Certifications
Dublin Expands CNG Snowplow Fleet

Dublin Expands CNG Snowplow Fleet

The City of Dublin, Ohio, has added four more snowplows to its fleet that run on compressed natural gas (CNG), with grant funding from the state.

December 17, 2019

UPS Adding 6,000 Natural Gas Vehicles
Natural Gas Truck Sales Are on the Rise

Natural Gas Truck Sales Are on the Rise

Retail sales of U.S. and Canadian Class 8 Natural Gas trucks have increased in 2019, reversing the declining trend from the year before, according to ACT Research’s Alternative Fuels Quarterly.

July 29, 2019

NGVA Hails DOT's Adoption of its Recommended CNG Inspection Procedures

NGVA Hails DOT's Adoption of its Recommended CNG Inspection Procedures

U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for updating its heavy-duty natural gas vehicle fuel system tank inspection labeling requirements now match recommended guidance procedures the NGVA previously developed after a lengthy and collaborative review process.

June 24, 2019

Amp Americas Sells Off CNG Stations

Amp Americas has closed a deal to sell 20 of its compressed natural gas fueling stations to American Natural Gas for $41 million, the company announced.

June 21, 2019

Atlanta Gas Light to Test Adsorbed Natural Gas on Trucks
UPS Makes Large Commitment to Renewable Natural Gas Through 2026
Adsorbed Natural Gas: A New Option for Light-Duty Trucks
Natural Gas Is Still the King of Alternative Fuels
How the City of Austin Reduces its Carbon Footprint
What’s the Future for CNG?

What’s the Future for CNG?

Years of low gasoline prices have caused a perceived shift away from compressed natural gas. How has this shift changed the way fleets plan for the future?

May 23, 2018

Going Beyond Electric and Natural Gas

Going Beyond Electric and Natural Gas

Electric and natural gas vehicles are the most well-known alternatives to diesel, but here’s a look at other alternative fuels that may be in the running for certain truck applications.

September 21, 2017

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