February 15, 2018Key updates on the VW Settlement and launch of a new VW funds tracking tool and project competitiveness calculator.
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November 20, 2017Advanced clean heavy-duty vehicles are geared up to transform the nation’s fleet.
November 20, 2017Heavy-duty transportation is proving to be fertile ground for fleets’ efforts toward electrification, most notably among transit agencies.
October 27, 2017No commercially-available powertrain source today runs cleaner than natural gas.
Natural Gas Vehicles for America (NGVAmerica)
October 26, 2017The new low 0.05 NOx emissions propane autogas engine from Roush CleanTech provides a good fit for fleets that want low emissions, fuel versatility and cost-effectiveness.
Propane Education & Research Council (PERC)
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Learn about a number of innovative incentive programs being offered by both the private and public sectors to help facilitate procurement and deployment of EVs throughout North America.
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Learn how alternative fuel vehicles can help first and second response fleets reduce costs, mitigate emissions, and provide better reliability in emergency situations.
Learn about VW Settlement and other funding opportunities to help offset the cost to modernize your fleet with alternative fuel vehicles.
October 3, 2017The California Clean Air Initiative will provide an opportunity for companies who are planning on soon purchasing clean vehicles.
August 11, 2017Timing is everything for fleets to take full advantage of Volkswagen settlement funds.
August 3, 2017California Air Resources Board gave the final go-ahead to Electrify America on their first $200 million investment for zero emission vehicles.
May 17, 2017Even with the legal processes surrounding the Volkswagen settlements wrapping up, state agencies and fleets alike are still left with many unanswered question.
February 7, 2017Volkswagen is near to finalizing the last of three settlements, amounting to $21.8 billion in penalties, which resulted from the German automaker’s use of “defect devices” in their 2.0 and 3.0 liter diesel vehicles.