Game Changer, Revolutionizing Clean Transportation

Did you know that Heavy Duty Diesel Trucks are often the single largest source of dangerous smog forming emission in metropolitan areas? What if we could replace all the Heavy Duty Trucks on the road with ones with nearly zero emissions? Learn more about the engine and technology that is a Game Changer in the … Continued

Fleet Management System for Time-Fill Fleets

Accurate tracking of fuel usage in time-fill vehicles has long been a challenge for Fleet Managers.  While time-fill, used most often for fleets that can park in the same location each night, has many advantages such as smaller compression equipment, reduction of fuelers, simultaneous vehicle fueling and fuller fills, however, the ability of a fleet … Continued

Kansas City Region Leads Way to Cleaner Transportation Era

Along with an American League Championship won by our beloved Royals, Kansas City has delivered yet another victory for the citizens of the region; this time in the category of green transportation. As chairman of the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) Board of Commissioners, I am especially proud of the City of Kansas City for … Continued

Renewable Fuel Possibilities for Public Transit Agencies

As part of the APTA Annual Meeting & Expo, Harrison Clay, president of Clean Energy’s renewable fuels division, shared his perspective on renewable fuel possibilities for public transit agencies. What role do you see transit playing in sustainable communities? Public transit is the backbone of a sustainable community.  APTA recently reported that more than 2.7 … Continued

3 Reasons Natural Gas Fuel Prices are Inexpensive and Predictable

One look at historical prices for natural gas vehicle fuel compared to gasoline, diesel and propane and two pronounced trends are immediately apparent: natural gas fuel prices are consistently less-expensive and less volatile. Three main reasons drive these trends. 1. The overwhelming abundance of natural gas in North America.  According to EIA’s August 2014 Natural … Continued

Beating Today’s Transit Challenges with Green Transportation

Across the nation, a set of trends is converging that has left many metropolitan transit authorities facing bigger challenges than ever before. One of these convergences is the fact that in many cities public transit ridership have risen to an all-time high at the very time that fuel costs have stretched budgets to the breaking point. This … Continued

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