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September 3, 2013

Trillium to build CNG station for GRTC Transit

The agency is replacing all of its bus fleet — 152 buses — from diesel to natural gas, and 78 paratransit vehicles from gasoline to natural gas as vehicles are retired from the fleet.


October 30, 2012

N.C.’s Wave Transit to buy CNG buses

Will buy 16 vehicles in 2015 and build a new maintenance center. The agency is looking to protect itself against the increasingly volatile price of diesel fuel.


June 1, 2012

New Flyer unveils all-electric 40-foot bus in Canada

The bus is equipped with an electric drive and is modified to carry advanced lithium ion batteries from MHI that are charged from the city’s electrical grid instead of by a conventional diesel engine.


July 10, 2009

CALSTART taps StarTrans-AzureDynamics hybrids

The 23-foot gasoline-electric hybrid buses are part of a national pilot program to speed commercialization of these fuel-saving vehicles, which are expected to yield 30 percent to 40 percent reductions in fuel use, with an accompanying 30 percent reduction in emissions.


April 27, 2009

Calif. invests $176M in clean transportation

Plan looks to stimulate green transportation projects and encourage innovation to help meet the state's aggressive climate change policies.


March 4, 2009

Clean Energy to expand, maintain TransLink CNG station

Located at the agency’s Port Coquitlam Transit Centre, in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the Clean Energy-operated, high-volume station will be upgraded and reconfigured to accommodate potential fleet growth of up to 125 buses.


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