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Coalition Responds to Ports’ Clean Air Action Plan Timeline

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia at a joint press conference directed the commissioners of the San Pedro Bay Ports to present a timeline in updating the Ports’ Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). The California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition issued this statement in response.

Coalition news | Industry Events

Natural Gas Trucks Driving a Coast-to-Coast Road Rally Spotlight One Way to Improve Southern California Air Quality

Several heavy-duty trucks and other vehicles powered by natural gas began a coast-to-coast road trip today that will span from Long Beach to Washington, D.C. Locally, the natural gas semi-trailers are being used to demonstrate one way to improve Southern California’s air quality. The event, called “Road Rally Across America,” was kicked off by representatives […]

Grant funding

CEC Grants More Than $36 Million for Clean Freight and RNG Projects

Clean transportation projects in California will receive funding, with $24 million going to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and $12 million going to projects throughout the state, including new RNG facilities

Coalition news

Coalition Urges Los Angeles Ports to Adopt Aggressive Clean Truck Program

Members of the CNGVC urge the San Pedro Bay Ports to develop and implement an aggressive clean truck program as part of the updated 2017 Clean Air Action Plan.

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Industry Events

Industry Events | 04.24.17

Coming up: the CEC’s 2017 Integrated Energy Policy Report workshop, the Coalition’s workshop on natural gas port trucks, and CARB’s Zero-Emission Truck Technologies Workshop

Legislation news | Regulation

SB 1 Provision Likely to Hamper Clean Truck Regulations

The legislature passed California’s multibillion-dollar transportation bill, SB 1, with a provision that blocks rules requiring truck owners to upgrade or purchase cleaner models. It is likely to make it more difficult for port operators to move to ultralow-emission fleets.

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