While listing the benefits of transitioning a fleet to natural gas is easy, actually going through with a fleet conversion requires thorough research and analysis. For those fleet managers seeking to move from gasoline to a cleaner fuel source like natural gas, the task may at first seem overwhelming. If you are a manager considering transitioning your medium-duty fleet to[…]
On November 30, 2010, the San Diego Regional Clean Fuels Coalition hosted a Clean Start event at the CCSE. Over 35 fleet managers and alternative fuel enthusiasts attended the workshop to learn about propane fueling options, fleet conversions and the fueling infrastructure currently being developed in the region. Here are some highlights from the speaker, Jon Van Bogart, from CleanFuelUSA.
The fully integrated and dedicated Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) option, available this fall for Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana full-size vans, will be priced at $15,910 MSRP, General Motors announced Tuesday 08/31/2010.
The 2010 San Diego Clean Fuels Coalition Survey is currently underway, we are gathering data regarding many organization’s alternative fuel/advanced technology fleets in order to complete our 2010 annual report for the Department of Energy (DOE) Clean Cities Program. The DOE uses this data to report to Congress, as required by the Energy Policy Act,[…]
San Diego EarthWorks will be presenting their annual Earth Fair on Sunday April 18th at Balboa Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Clean Fuel Coalition and San Diego Regional Sustainability Partnership will be in attendance on the west side of the Cleaner Car Concourse. There will be information on various clean fuel organizations[…]
SDCleanFuels.org (San Diego Clean Cities), in partnership with The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the U.S. Department of Energy brought an Alternative Fuels and Vehicles Workshop (EPAct) to San Diego. The day long event was part of a nationwide series of workshops designed to provide regional stakeholders with technical, regulatory, and networking support. It was most beneficial in assisting EPAct-regulated fleets in overcoming alternative fuels and vehicle deployment barriers.
Baytech Corporation has obtained 2010 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB) emissions certifications for Baytech’s dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) fueled 6.0L heavy duty engine that is used in General Motors, Isuzu and Workhorse Custom Chassis heavy duty vehicles.