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05.10.2013 - NGVAmerica
State Legislative Tracking Document
04.23.2013 - PRESS
RELEASE - UPS Ramps Up Natural Gas Investment
03.21.2013 - PRESS
RELEASE - M&M Cartage purchases first CNG semi truck
03.14.2013 - ENERGY VISION TURNING LOCAL ORGANIC WASTES INTO VEHICLE FUEL
02.12.2013 - Bob hook III chats with Waste Management
of Kentucky's District Manager Marie Burnett at the CNG refueling
site on grade lane. The 2013 Silverado Bio fuel pick up can
now be purchased from the state bid list.
01.14.2013 - BAF 2013 product line-up: largest Ford CNG lineup in the industry
12.14.2012 - NGV_Americia
Newsletter - Ford LNG engine for marine.
11.26.2012 - LNG Refueling Available in Indianapolis via
Westport Lowers Price of CNG Bi-Fuel Conversion System to $9,500
Update on Kentucky CNG Fleet Vehicle Initiative
(10.12.12) - We are encouraged by what’s happening in regards to the
bids that came in for the CNG initiative. OK and CO have made great
strides in this area. For Kentucky, we continue to look at
initiatives at the state level to stimulate demand for alternative
fueled vehicles. Right now Kentucky’s CNG vehicle purchase level is
relatively small, which translates into a fairly small need for CNG
fuel purchases. As CNG vehicles are added to the state fleet or
local government fleets, this will spur the need for more fueling
City of Somerset Move to Compressed Natural Gas will Save
took delivery this week of the first Ford F 250 pick up in
Kentucky upfitted at the Westport LD facility in Louisville.
Paul Hoffman from Alton Blakely Ford delivered the new CNG Ford
F 250 to Mayor Ed Girdler.
Mayor Ed Girdler says "Our city will see savings of over 50% in
energy costs that will total $500,000 over the next three years
by switching our fleet to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)."
Somerset operates a transmission, processing and distribution
system for natural gas. A CNG refueling station was installed in
early Summer 2012.
KCFC and Waste Management Talk About CNG on NPR
Waste Management Clean N' Green Refueling Site in Louisville is
Open for Business
CNG systems on Ford trucks wait to fill up at the newest
refueling site in Louisville.
View more photos from the August 1 grand opening event.
Kentucky Reaches Out to Natural Gas Vehicle Dealers
The National Association of State Procurement
Officials (NASPO) and its fifty-six member states have released
a Request for
Proposal for the purchase of OEM natural gas
vehicles. The lead state for this effort is Oklahoma.
Responses were due to Oklahoma (as the lead state) on
This effort was begun in April with the release of an RFI
(announced on this website) by Colorado. As of today, 20 states
have indicated an Intent to Participate in this effort,
including: Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,
Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah,
Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming.
State Collaboration Works to Attract Natural Gas Vehicle
Manufacturing; Request for Information is First Step