DALLAS — Clean Energy Fuels Corp. showcased its station that sells both liquefied and compressed natural gas as part of a May 7 tour at the tail end of this week’s ACT Expo.
2015 Advanced Clean Transportation Expo
DALLAS — Trucking fleets face a huge challenge making decisions to balance cost pressures and increasing demands that their trucks be environmentally sustainable, according to BSR, a global nonprofit doing research on sustainable fuels.
DALLAS — A Texas state lawmaker said he backs incentives that increase the use of natural gas and other alternative transportation fuels.
DALLAS — Penske Truck Leasing expects to add 10 to 15 new natural-gas maintenance facilities this year, bringing its total to 30 to 35 by year’s end, company officials said.
DALLAS — Automotive supplier Denso has developed a new high-amperage alternator for the medium- and heavy-duty truck market that the company said is smaller, lighter and more efficient.
DALLAS — Several trucking executives gave their reasons for changing some of their fleet operations to either compressed or liquefied natural gas, and said they were backers of the alternative fuels for reasons ranging from economic to sustainability.
DALLAS — A large national propane supplier has introduced a first-ever Class 8 propane-diesel blended fuel system certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as emissions-complaint.
DALLAS — Several trucking industry executives said they see a future for natural gas as a viable fuel for the industry despite relatively low oil prices.