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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 our nation and around the world.  The newest heavy-duty natural gas engine produces near-zero smog-forming emissions.  Natural gas vehicles can also run on renewable natural gas – a very low-carbon fuel.

The California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition – CNGVC – is working hard to get more natural gas vehicles (NGVs) deployed moving goods, transporting passengers and picking up refuse.  CNGVC works with decision-makers at every level of government to strategize on how best to meet the needs of all fleet types while supporting a robust fueling station network and spurring the development and use of renewable natural gas (RNG).

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Action Update

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Informational Hearing Could Precede Further Action on AB 363 (Medina)

After having successfully moved AB 363 (Medina) through the Legislature up to its final policy committee hearing, by clearing all opposition, building a support coalition […]

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Action Update – Assembly Passes AB 363 (Medina); Bill Advances to the Senate

June 2, 2021 - AB 363 (Medina) has been overwhelmingly approved by the California State Assembly. This CNGVC-sponsored bill received bi-partisan support and was […]

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by Cummins Inc., Global Power Leader July 22, 2021 -- Vehicles in California powered by renewable natural gas (RNG) removed more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere […]

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SoCalGas Announces Plans to Convert 200 New Field Service Trucks to Run on Renewable Natural Gas

LOS ANGELES – April 22, 2021 – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced it will convert 200 new Ford F-250 service pickup trucks to […]

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