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California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition Applauds Los Angeles MTA’s Vote to Purchase Buses Powered by Renewable Natural Gas

The California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition, SoCalGas and Clean Energy issued the following statement in response to today’s vote by the Los Angeles MTA board of directors to purchase several hundred natural gas buses: “Today’s vote by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Board of Directors authorizing the purchase of nearly 300 natural gas […]

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RNG Use Rises as Policy Makers, Businesses See Benefits

Investment in RNG use is gaining traction, and its fans are coming from all sectors: CARB, local air districts, public and private fleets, and the University of California.

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Study: RNG Can Create 130,000 Jobs
and $14 Billion in Economic Benefits
for California

A study sponsored by CNGVC and the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas finds significant advantages to investing in heavy-duty RNG trucks and infrastructure.

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Zero-Emissions Natural Gas Engine Now Operating at Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES—Total Transportation Services, Inc. (TTSI), one of largest drayage trucking companies in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, has begun using one of the first Cummins Westport (CWI) ISX12 G low-NOx natural gas engines for its trucking operations. Available for order later this year, the 12-liter engine’s emissions will be certified by the […]

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RNG 2016 Conference Shows Momentum, Potential for Renewable Natural Gas

At the RNG 2016: Fuel, Heat, Power, & Policy Conference, held in San Diego Dec. 5–7 by the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas, industry stakeholders and state policy makers alike touted the major role RNG could play in meeting California’s aggressive climate goals in 2020 and beyond. “People are beginning to understand the value of […]

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Fueling Low-NOx Engines with RNG Is the Quickest Path to Cleaner Air, Report Shows

Combining low-NOx engines with RNG may be the ticket to eliminating emissions from California’s public bus system, according to a new draft report from M.J. Bradley & Associates and Ramboll Environ. The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Advanced Transit Vehicle Consortium commissioned the Zero Emission Bus Options: Analysis of 2015–2055 Fleet Costs […]

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