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News Briefs | 04.11.16

South Coast AQMD Will Petition U.S. EPA for Stricter Standards The South Coast Air Quality Management District board voted March 4 to petition the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for stricter emission standards for heavy-duty trucks. The SCAQMD will ask the federal government to adopt a near-zero emission standard for trucks, similar to the one that […]

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Legislation Watch

Bill Tracker | 04.11.16

The Coalition is tracking the following bills and others related to alternative fuels and vehicles throughout the legislative session. AB 1555 | Author: Gomez In brief: Appropriates $1.7 billion from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund for 2015–16 to fund low-carbon transportation and infrastructure projects; clean-energy communities; and community climate improvements, wetland and watershed restoration, and […]

Member News

Member News | 04.11.16

Love’s Travel Stops Finalizes Trillium Acquisition Love’s Travel Stops has completed its acquisition of Trillium CNG, acquiring 37 Trillium CNG stations. The combined company operates 65 public-access CNG facilities across the U.S. In addition, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has tapped Trillium to build 29 CNG stations across the state. The contract is a 20-year […]

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Industry Events

Industry Events | 04.11.16

CEC Business Meeting | April 13, Sacramento The CEC will discuss approving the 2016–17 AB 118 Investment Plan Update and providing an additional $11 million in funding for the Natural Gas Vehicle Incentive Project. See the full agenda here. CARB Board Meeting | April 22, Sacramento The agenda will be posted 10 days before the […]

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Market news

UPS Invests $100 Million in CNG Fleet and Stations

UPS plans to spend more than $100 million to expand its CNG fleet and infrastructure. The company will add 12 CNG fueling stations to its network, extending it from the Southwest to the Northeast, and purchase 380 new CNG tractors for its alternative fuel and advanced technology fleet. “For several years UPS has been one […]

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How the Waste Sector Could Convert to Renewable Natural Gas

The waste sector in California could transition to an all-RNG fleet and cut its petroleum use in half by 2030 by building an on-site anaerobic digestion system at a solid waste management facility in each large town, according to a new white paper from and the California Compost Coalition. This would require millions of […]

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