Clean Fuel News

    TruStar Energy Opens Public CNG Fueling Station in Lafayette, LA

    TruStar Energy Opens Public CNG Fueling Station in Lafayette, LA (Lafayette, LA) September 23, 2015 - TruStar Energy, one of the nation’s leading developers of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling stations, announced today that it has opened a company-owned public CNG fueling station at 515 E...

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    NEW FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT!

    Clean Fuel Funding Announcement:Medium- and Heavy-Duty Powertrain Electrification Technology and Heavy-Duty Fleet Demonstration We are excited to announce a new Department of Energy funding opportunity for up to $11 million in available funding to support development and demonstration of innovative...

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    WBRZ: New "green" dorm for purple and gold LSU

    BATON ROUGE - Some incoming LSU students get to experience the newest in living arrangements with an eco-friendly dorm. Cypress Hall is the first dormitory hall that's trying to go "green." It's a new dorm built from the ground-up with recycled products and designed to be energy efficient. From sol...

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    EPA Tightens Standards for Landfills to Reduce Emissions of Methane

    USNews.com:The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has tightened standards for the nation's landfills to reduce emissions of methane and other harmful air pollutants. EPA estimates the new rules announced Friday as part of President Obama's Climate Action Plan will reduce methane from decomposing ...

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    NGT News: Louisiana CNG Station Reopens After Major Facelift

    Louisiana Clean Fuels members Sparq Natural Gas and Entergy, along with Lavigne Oil Co., have completed site upgrades and facility improvements at an existing compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Baton Rouge, La. Last November, Sparq announced it was spearheading the upgrade and expansio...

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    Virginia Expands Reach of Alt-Fuel Incentives Program

    Virginia has expanded access to a state-administered alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) incentive program that helps fund the conversion of public-sector fleets in areas with some of the biggest air-quality issues. According to Virginia Clean Cities, the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) recently...

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    Honda Scraps the CNG Civic

    Honda has announced that it will no longer offer its compressed natural gas (CNG)-powered Civic, leaving some to wonder what significance this decision might have regarding the overall U.S. natural gas vehicle (NGV) industry. The manufacturer also will discontinue its Civic Hybrid model. John...

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    Proterra's New Electric Transit Bus Breaks Records at Altoona Testing

    Battery-electric bus manufacturer Proterra says it has not only completed the structural testing program at the Altoona Bus Research and Testing Center but has also broken records on its new Catalyst bus for efficiency, gradeability, weight and acceleration.While conventional diesel buses average 3....

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    LCF Featured in LADEQ's May Newsletter: Air Quality Awareness Week



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    Press Release: Louisiana Clean Fuels Honors Republic with Fleet of the Year Award

    Republic is expected to soon become the largest CNG fleet operator in Louisiana May 26, 2015 BATON ROUGE, La., May 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Republic Services of Baton Rouge has been awarded the prestigious Fleet of the Year Award by Louisiana Clean Fuels. Republic's Baton Rouge collection ...

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    NBC33 Covers the 2015 Louisiana Alternative Fuels Conference & Expo

    By Tim [email protected] 22, 2015

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    The Advocate | Taylor Swift concert forces alt fuels conference to find new site

    Shake it off — Taylor Swift concert forces alt fuels conference to find new site May 19, 2015BY TED GRIGGS| [email protected] Road closures for pop music magnate Taylor Swift’s concert Friday forced the Louisiana Alternative Fuels Conference & Expo to find an, uh, alternative...

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    The Advocate | New fuel sources in vehicles bring about need for additional training for emergency responders

    New fuel sources in vehicles bring about need for additional training for emergency respondersGrant to help educate responders on alternative fuel source vehicles AMY WOLD| [email protected] April 8, 2015 http://theadvocate.com/news/12015792-123/new-fuel-sources-in-vehicles The article...

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    Republic Services Releases 2014 Sustainability Report

    Republic Services released its 2014 Sustainability Report, which introduces the Company’s sustainability plan—the preservation of a Blue Planet. The report defines the company’s approach to environmental responsibility through decreased vehicle emissions, innovative landfill techno...

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    Texas Touts Steady Build-Out of Natural Gas Fueling Stations

    The number of natural gas fueling stations operating in Texas now stands at 130, a 25% increase from September 2014, according to a new reportfrom the Railroad Commission of Texas. The commission says its survey documented 42 additional stations in the planning stages that are set to open in t...

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    Phoenix Shuttle Fleet Slashes Fuel Costs in Half with Autogas

    Six months after converting its shuttle buses to propane autogas, Sky Harbor Airport Parking has saved 50% in fuel costs compared with gasoline and reduced greenhouse-gas emissions by 20.8 tons, according to Blue Star Gas. Sky Harbor Airport Parking provides shuttle services to the Phoenix Sky Har...

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    FREE Electric Vehicle Webinar March 24th!

    Mark your calendars and save the date for this month's Electric Vehicle Quarterly Discussion webinar. This month's webinar, scheduled for March 24 at Noon Central; 1 PM Eastern Plug-In Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure: Alternative Financing to Develop a Mature Market. Linda Bluestei...

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    Clean Cities Now Newsletter: Vol 18., No 2

    Get the latest issue of the quarterly "Clean Cities Now" newsletter! Download the PDF

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    UNO report recommends CATS make long term switch to electric buses

    UNO report recommends CATS make long term switch to electric buses by Rebekah Allen, The Advocate [email protected] Advocate staff photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- CATS buses are parked in the terminal Monday, Jan. 19, 2015. Capital Area Transit System buses use 2,000 gallons of fuel pe...

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    Republic Services featured in National Fuels Fix!

    Flip to page 31 to read about Louisiana Clean Fuels Stakeholder Republic Services' conversion to CNG!

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