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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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Policy Action

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Greater Effort in Transportation Sector Needed to Meet State’s Air Quality Goals

December 11, 2018

CARB reports that the state will not meet the mandated greenhouse gas reduction targets for 2030 and beyond without “a greater contribution from the transportation sector.”

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Legislation Watch | 10.09.18

October 8, 2018

The Coalition tracked the following bills and others that affect alternative fuels and vehicles throughout the legislative session, which ended Aug. 31. Approved bills will take effect Jan. 1, 2019, and the Legislature will reconvene Jan. 7.

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News Briefs | 12.11.18

December 11, 2018

San Pedro Bay ports launch $14 million grant program to help truck drivers buy NGVs; CARB adopts new emissions tracking software; cap-and-trade auction brings in $813 million for GHG Reduction Fund

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Industry Events | 12.11.18

December 11, 2018

Coming up: CARB Heavy-Duty Advanced Technology Incentives Public Work Group meeting; CARB board meeting; CARB workshop on the FARMER Program

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