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Natural Gas Vehicles: The Proven Alternative

Natural gas vehicles are helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and dependence on petroleum-based fuels—in California, across the country and around the world. They meet the needs of all types of fleets. The newest heavy-duty natural gas engine produces near zero smog-forming emissions. And NGVs can run on renewable natural gas, a very low-carbon fuel.

The California NGV Coalition is working to get more NGVs in action moving goods, transporting passengers and picking up trash; to support a robust fueling station network; and to spur development and use of RNG.

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CDFA Rewrites Proposed Quality-Control Regulation for Natural Gas Fuels

October 10, 2016

The California Department of Food and Agriculture has substantially rewritten its proposed natural gas fuel quality-control regulation and extended the implementation date by one year. In […]
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News Briefs | 10.10.16

October 10, 2016

Congress Considers Bills to Boost NGVs U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) last month introduced the Natural Gas Truck Parity Act of 2016, which would encourage the […]

Member News | 10.10.16

October 10, 2016

Clean Energy Opens Its First Public Natural Gas Station in Oregon Clean Energy Fuels has opened its first public CNG and LNG fueling station in Oregon, […]
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Industry Events | 10.10.16

October 10, 2016

High Horsepower Summit | Oct. 11–13, Chicago The HHP Summit presents natural gas to operators of high-horsepower equipment as a solution for reducing fuel costs, improving […]

Coalition President Testifies in Favor of AB 197

September 26, 2016

Coalition President Thomas Lawson testified before the Assembly in favor of AB 197, which creates a legislative committee on climate change policies that will help […]

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