Kinetrex Energy, EDL and South Side Landfill have broken ground on a new renewable natural gas facility in Indianapolis. The companies say the $25 million plant will create 50 construction jobs and a small number of permanent positions when operational.
  Private transportation is the biggest contributor to global warming, so a main goal of RVTD is getting people out of their cars by increasing bus routes and reliability — and working toward more eco-friendly sources of bus power.
  Tennessee Clean Fuels is hosting several alternative fueling events throughout the state this summer.
  Dan Gage, President of NGVAmerica, released a statement in support of the reintroduction of the Waterway LNG Parity Act by U.S. Senators Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA), Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Todd Young (R-IN) earlier today.
  This bill requires excise taxes on liquefied natural gas (LNG) for marine transportation on inland waterways be levied at a rate consistent with energy output relative to diesel and gasoline.
  Énergir and C.A.T. Inc. have joined forces to put Quebec's first class 8 renewable natural gas (RNG) transport truck on the road. This truck was presented at the Montreal Movin'On Summit.
  City Council authorized River Valley Transit Thursday to enter into a contract with Gillig, a bus producer, for four more compressed natural gas (CNG) buses. That brings the city fleet to 23 buses that operate on the cleaner fuel.
  GESS International and Capstone Turbine will serve as the primary sponsor of the Andretti Autosport No. 27 racing machine at this weekend’s race at Texas Motor Speedway and again in August at the “Tricky Triangle” of Pocono Raceway.
  Énergir (Canada), SoCalGas (US), and French utilities GRDF and GRTgaz shared a global discussion and their visions on viable solutions for fighting climate change.
  The Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance (CNGVA) announced the release of a new report titled: Natural Gas Use in the Medium and Heavy-Duty Transportation Sector.
  The company will build six anaerobic digester facilities near Burley, Idaho, totaling $40 million for each digester and making it a part of the company’s first tranche biogas plants in the US.
  The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) announced that 39 school systems and bus contractors would divide a total of $8,854,685.42 to replace at least one aging bus with a new diesel, alternate-fueled, or all-electric school bus.
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