Texas Alternative Fuel Fleet Pilot Program

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Jan
06

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 »

Oct
07

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 »

Oct
01

Alternative fuels’ best friend: Buses

Public transportation is going green. People who want to celebrate Earth Day week by commuting in a vehicle powered by a cleaner-burning fuel should hop on the bus. More than a third of the nation’s city transit buses are now powered by fuels other than diesel. That’s up from fewer than 10% a decade ago,… Continue reading »

Jul
16

Railroad Commissioner Porter recognizes Tyler for natural gas vehicle use

TYLER, TEXAS (KETK) — Texas Railroad Commissioner David Porter recognized the City of Tyler for its use of natural gas vehicles Wednesday by presenting a check for $142,761 at the Tyler City Council meeting. “I am very pleased that the City of Tyler has led the way in east Texas in saving thousands of dollars… Continue reading »

Mar
06

Bonham ISD adds 5 propane powered school buses

Bonham ISD decided last year to add five propane powered school buses to their fleet.  They received two of these school buses powered by clean burning Propane on Friday March 1st. McCraw Propane donates the first tank fill at their location on North Center street in Bonham.

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