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What is Renewable Gasoline?

What is Renewable Gasoline?

What is renewable gasoline and what does its development and use mean for government entities looking to reduce emissions?

March 24, 2020

Is Renewable Diesel Still a ‘Miracle Fuel’?
5 Steps to Improving Biodiesel Performance in Cold Weather
How the City of Austin Reduces its Carbon Footprint
Low-Budget Greening for Fleets and Maintenance Facilities
Storing, Dispensing & Using Ethanol-Gasoline Blends
Will Global Interest Spur DME Adoption in North America?

Will Global Interest Spur DME Adoption in North America?

Low oil and diesel prices have dampened interest in alternative fuels, and dimethyl ether, more commonly known as DME, is no exception. But will global interest in DME hasten its adoption as a fuel in North America?

January 22, 2016

State of the Alternative-Fuel Industry

State of the Alternative-Fuel Industry

With advancements coming in leaps and bounds across all advanced and alternative fuels used as fuel for transportation, a snapshot is needed of the main types. Learn about how these fuels started, where they are at today, and forecasts and predictions for the future.

May 7, 2014

Kansas City is Kicking the Petroleum Habit
Fleet Professionals to Gather at the Green Fleet Conference & Expo in Phoenix
How Much Green Does It Take to Go Green? Preparing & Understanding AFV Lifecycle Costs
Las Vegas Fleet is 90 Percent Green

Las Vegas Fleet is 90 Percent Green

Operating a 90-percent alternative-fuel fleet brings the City of Las Vegas to the forefront of the “going green” movement. The City utilizes its green fleet to prove alt-fuel viability.

May 26, 2009

Fleets Put Biodiesel to the Test

Fleets Put Biodiesel to the Test

Recent studies have shown that fleets using biodiesel have reported no significant differences in performance, maintenance, or fuel efficiency with biodiesel versus traditional diesel fuel.

April 3, 2009

Biodiesel: No Longer a Fringe Fuel

Biodiesel: No Longer a Fringe Fuel

The availability of biodiesel-based fuels is growing, and industry-accepted standards have begun to ensure its quality from reputable suppliers. However, fleet managers should research the alternative fuel before use in their vehicles.

March 24, 2009

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