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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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Legislative Action

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New Year’s Review—2016 Successes and 2017 Opportunities

January 17, 2017

The Coalition heads into 2017 with great momentum from a big legislative year and a real opportunity to grow and strengthen the NGV industry in 2017.

Governor Calls on Legislature to Extend Cap and Trade

January 17, 2017

Gov. Jerry Brown’s $177.1 billion proposed budget for the 2017–18 fiscal year calls on legislators to extend the state’s cap-and-trade program past 2020 and dangles disbursements from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund as a reward.

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Legislation Watch | 02.13.17

February 13, 2017

The Coalition is tracking the following bills and others that affect the alternative fuels and vehicles industry throughout the legislative session. Legislators have until Feb. 17 to introduce new bills.

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Member News | 02.13.17

February 13, 2017

SoCalGas and CR&R Environmental Services begin construction on first RNG pipeline into the utility’s distribution system; Clean Energy signs deal to provide Redeem RNG to Mountain Valley Express.

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Industry Events | 02.13.17

February 13, 2017

In the next two weeks: AB 32 Environmental Justice Advisory Committee meeting, AB 118 investment plan workshop, Rethink Methane Symposium, and more.

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