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AT&T’s green fleet hits milestone of 1,500 CNG and 2,000 alternative fuel vehicles

Published: July 17, 2010

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Filed under: Biodiesel , Ethanol , Natural Gas , Green Daily As corporate fleets across the globe have slowly transformed into a paradise for green cars , finding a company that hasn’t revamped at least a portion of its vehicles over to greener technology is becoming harder and harder.


General Motors to offer factory CNG or LPG full-size vans

Published: May 20, 2010

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Filed under: Chevrolet , GMC , Natural Gas Starting this fall, commercial fleet customers will be able to order full-size GMC Savana and Chevrolet Express vans with either compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquified petroleum gas (LPG) fuel systems. The CNG/LPG vans will be delivered direct from the factory with the gaseous fuel systems and won’t require any aftermarket upfitting. The vans are built at General Motors’ Wentzville, MO assembly plant while the gaseous fuel tanks are installed at an adjacent facility.


AFVTech working on CNG-powered, 600 hp 1933 Ford Roadster

Published: September 28, 2009

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Filed under: Natural Gas , AFVI Expo , Green Daily Take something old – in this case, a 1933 Ford Roadster body – and make it into something new – a CNG-powered, 600 hp beast, perhaps. That’s what’s happening over at AFVTech, which is prepping the hot rod for the upcoming Alternative Fuels and Vehicles Institute expo that’s coming in May.


Proposed U.S. legislation would provide tax breaks for natural gas vehicles

Published: July 10, 2009

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2007 Honda Civic GX – Click above for high-res image gallery Senator Robert Menendez (D – NJ) has introduced new legislation to promote natural gas for use in our automobiles. The NAT GAS Act, co-sponsored by U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D – NV) and Senator Orrin Hatch (R – UT), would extend and increase tax credits for vehicles powered by natural gas and the refueling stations needed to fill their tanks.