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NASA Fleet Reduced Petroleum Fuel Use by 62%

NASA Fleet Reduced Petroleum Fuel Use by 62%

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has replaced two-thirds of its fleet with vehicles that run on cleaner fuels, including biofuels and electricity, and is now working on further expanding electrification.

October 10, 2016

Calif. and Pa. Offer Alternative-Fuel Grants

Calif. and Pa. Offer Alternative-Fuel Grants

State regulators in Pennsylvania and California have introduced new assistance programs to create wider adoption of alternative fuel vehicles and technology, the states announced separately.

December 16, 2015

City Taps State Grants for Hybrids, CNG Pickups

City Taps State Grants for Hybrids, CNG Pickups

The City of Aurora, Colo., is adding 17 alternative-fuel vehicles to its fleet this year with grant funding to help defray the cost. The vehicles include 10 plug-in hybrids and seven CNG pickups.

April 1, 2015

AT&T Closer to Commitment to Deploy 15,000 AFVs Through 2018

Verizon Adds 13 CNG Vans to Florida Fleet

CLEARWATER, FL -- Verizon has added to its Florida fleet 13 Ford cargo vans converted to run on compressed natural gas, as part of the company's goal to have 7.5 percent of its national fleet run on alternative energy by the end of 2011.

October 17, 2011

AT&T Fleet Deploys 4,000th Alt-Fuel Vehicle and 3,000th CNG Vehicle

DALLAS -- AT&T announced the deployment of the 4,000th alternative-fuel vehicle (AFV) in its corporate vehicle fleet — with more than 2,000 AFVs deployed in California alone. AT&T also said it has deployed its 3,000th compressed natural gas vehicle (CNG).

August 29, 2011

UPS Green Fleet Travels 200 Million Miles

ATLANTA - UPS announced its fleet of alternative fuel and technology delivery vehicles has driven 200 million miles since 2000. The alternative fuel fleet (AFV) now numbers more than 1,900, and another 62 vehicles have just been ordered.

February 28, 2011

Knoxville Utilities Board Fleet to be Recognized on MotorWeek TV Show

Knoxville Utilities Board Fleet to be Recognized on MotorWeek TV Show

KNOXVILLE, TN - The Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB), a municipal utility serving Knoxville and parts of seven adjacent counties, announced that the East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition (ETCFC) recommended KUB as a candidate for the television show MotorWeek. MotorWeek will cover KUB's fleet in a one-minute segment that will highlight its use of alternative-fuel and fuel-efficient vehicles.

January 20, 2011

Congress to End Green Car Tax Credit

Congress declined to include the credit as part of the $858 billion tax bill approved by the Senate on an 81-19 vote Wednesday. A House vote, without the green-car tax provision, is expected today.

December 16, 2010