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CARB, SunLine celebrate first hydrogen fuel-cell bus to use HVIP voucher program

Zero Emissions| June 25, 2019

The incentive state discount voucher program, HVIP, offers deep discounts on clean vehicles to small business owners and transit agencies.

Renewable natural gas on-road fuel use reaches historic high

Bus| April 16, 2019

Over the last five years, RNG use as a transportation fuel has increased 577%, displacing over seven million tons of carbon dioxide equivalen.

Technology| March 12, 2019

New Flyer unveils CHARGE H2 hydrogen fuel-cell buses

The company is the only manufacturer to offer both a 40-foot and 60-foot fuel cell-electric model that qualifies for federal funding.

Technology| December 20, 2018

NCTD CEO responds to California's zero-emissions mandate

The agency said all transit agencies in California should operate 100% zero-emission transit buses by 2040.

Mobility| December 19, 2018

Northeast, Mid-Atlantic U.S. to plan clean transportation strategies

Nine governors and the Mayor of D.C. will now begin crafting policies and programs to address transportation challenges, bolster mobility.

Government Issues| December 17, 2018

California mandates fleets to operate zero-emission buses by 2040

The mandate also calls for agencies to use this transition to invest in workforce development training programs.

Sustainability| April 5, 2018

Lightning Systems taking all-electric Ford Transit on road show

Tours will start at Loveland, Colo. headquarters, with one heading westbound to California and the other will travel eastbound through Detroit to New York.

Sustainability| March 27, 2018

ROUSH propane autogas engines receive CARB HD-OBD cert.

The company is the first propane autogas fuel system manufacturer to receive the EPA’s and CARB’s heavy duty-onboard diagnostics certification for all its engines.

Bus| February 5, 2018

Sixteen Calif. mayors say their city buses should be zero-emission

The heavy-duty transportation sector contributes a third of California’s smog-forming nitrogen oxides.

Sustainability| June 8, 2017

GreenPower breaks ground on Calif. facility

During the event, representatives from CARB and California Climate Investments presented the City of Porterville with a giant check representing a grant for $9.5 million, which will bring 10 zero-emission battery-electric buses and supportive infrastructure to serve disadvantaged communities in the region.

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