October 7, 2014
Rich Clement/Bloomberg News
Since Florida passed a natural gas-vehicle rebate program, the amount of fueling stations have increased by more than 200%, according to the Florida Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition.
Since 2012, when the state passed the Natural Fuel Gas Vehicle Rebate program, Florida has added 43 compressed natural gas fueling stations with an additional 29 planned, according to the coalition. Currently, there are 61 active CNG stations.
“The fleets in my legislative district, Jacksonville, and its surrounding area have begun the transition to the clean burning American natural gas,” state Rep. Lake Ray said in a statement
September 10, 2014
PERC Third Thursday Propane Webinar
Thursday, September 18th
at 11:00am EDT.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
A free monthly webinar hosted by the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC). Each webinar offers the latest in propane technologies, products and trainings and takes place the third thursday of every month.
Guest speakers: representing Thomas Built Buses, CleanFUEL USA and Powertrain Integration will be discussing the expansion of Thomas Built Buses alternative fuel offering with the propane-fueled Saf-T-Liner C2 school bus.
During the webinar your members will learn:
– the details and benefits of the autogas C2 engine model
– how propane autogas meets environmental standards as well as governmental and public mandate
– how switching to alternative-fueled fleets has improved the company’s image and transportation budget
These monthly webinars are extremely beneficial to anyone in the industry.