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The City of Temple receives grants for two natural gas waste trucks

The City of Temple has received two alternative fuels initiative grants from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality that will offset the cost of two compressed natural gas (CNG) powered solid waste refuse trucks. The Temple City Council approved the purchase of the trucks in December 2013 as part of the city’s Sustainability Management Plan,… Continue reading »


First Public CNG Station in San Antonio

Submitted by Art Valladares, Southwest Region Representative for the Texas Railroad Commission: Clean Energy Flying J , 1815 N Foster Road Railroad Commissioner David Porter is interviewed at the May 14 Grand Opening of Clean Energy’s Natural Gas Fueling Facility.  A number of natural gas vehicles were on hand to fuel with LNG and CNG.… Continue reading »


Clean Cities has transformed transportation markets for alternative fuels

In its 20-year history, Clean Cities has changed the world of alternative fuels, helping to displace more than 5 billion gallons of petroleum. The program has achieved this success through the work of nearly 100 local coalitions across the country and their thousands of stakeholders on the front lines. When the Energy Department first established Clean… Continue reading »


Clean Cities: A Small Fleet’s Green Fleet Guide

Employees of Dallas-based McShan Florist fill up one of 25 Ford E-350 vans on CNG. Owner Bruce McShan says he would not have been able to secure a grant for the CNG conversions without the help of a grant writer. Many questions arise when a business decides to switch to an alternative fuel: Which fuel… Continue reading »

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