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PG&E to Add Up to 160 CNG Medium-, Heavy-Duty Vehicles to Fleet
Cummins to Produce Natural Gas Fuel Delivery Systems
CNG Side-Mount Fuel Systems for Mixer Applications
Meet HDT's 2020 Top Green Fleets

Meet HDT's 2020 Top Green Fleets

Twenty companies illustrate how trucking can take the lead in sustainability in HDT's annual Top Green Fleet awards, honoring strategies such as electric vehicle and alternative fuel adoption, fuel-saving techniques, and green facilities.

November 16, 2020

Agility’s Fifth-Generation Side-Mount CNG ProRail Fuel Systems
LA, LB Ports: Near-Zero-Emission Natural Gas Trucks Ready for Drayage Operations
Agility Updates ProRail CNG Fuel System
Landi Renzo Receives CNG Certification for Ford 7.3L Engine
Clean Energy’s TouchPoint Provides Easy Transition to Natural Gas Vehicles
Landi Renzo Lands $600K in Funding for Natural Gas Engine
ANG Breaks Ground on CNG Station in California

ANG Breaks Ground on CNG Station in California

American Natural Gas broke ground at a public natural gas fueling station in Modesto, Calif. This natural gas fueling station is made possible by PepsiCo in conjunction with ANG.

November 25, 2019

Port Trucking Company Replaces Diesel with Natural Gas Trucks
Who's Going to Work on Electric and Alt-Fuel Trucks?

Who's Going to Work on Electric and Alt-Fuel Trucks?

Fleets of the future are likely to be powered by a variety of drivetrains and fuels. Can an industry dealing with a technician shortage find the skilled workers it needs to keep them running?

September 9, 2019

Natural Gas Truck Sales Are on the Rise

Natural Gas Truck Sales Are on the Rise

Retail sales of U.S. and Canadian Class 8 Natural Gas trucks have increased in 2019, reversing the declining trend from the year before, according to ACT Research’s Alternative Fuels Quarterly.

July 29, 2019

NGVA Hails DOT's Adoption of its Recommended CNG Inspection Procedures

NGVA Hails DOT's Adoption of its Recommended CNG Inspection Procedures

U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for updating its heavy-duty natural gas vehicle fuel system tank inspection labeling requirements now match recommended guidance procedures the NGVA previously developed after a lengthy and collaborative review process.

June 24, 2019

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