Thomas Built Buses Goes Propane

CleanFUEL USA will partner with Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp. to build and certify a multi-purpose 8-liter General Motors propane engine for the Thomas Type C Saf-T-Liner C2.
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Los Angeles School Buses Getting Greener

Thanks to grants from the South Coast Air Quality Management District, the Los Angeles Unified School District will soon have a total of 403 CNG school buses operating across district…
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Meet Portland Public Schools: Propane and Partnerships

Named after the hometown of one of the city’s founders following a coin toss in the mid 1800s, Portland, Ore., has developed into a city that has become known as…
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EPA, Navistar Reach Settlement on SCR Lawsuits

For the better part of a year, at the least, Navistar has challenged the EPA's emissions regulations that allow heavy- and medium-duty bus and truck operators to go the route…
  • Last modified on Tuesday, 06 February 2018 14:28

NREL Chooses Zonar Systems for Electric School Bus Project

A federal program aimed at developing hybrid, plug-in hybrid electric and battery electric school buses announced that Zonar Systems has been chosen to help the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to…
  • Last modified on Wednesday, 31 January 2018 17:34

EPA: Greenhouse Gases a Threat to Public Health

On-road vehicles contribute nearly a quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions nationwide, EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson announced today, as the feds target wide-scale cuts in emissions through year 2016.
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Emission Standards

Governmental vehicle emission standards began in 1959 in California. The federal government became involved eight years later as Congress passed the Air Quality Act of 1967, which designated air quality…
  • Last modified on Friday, 20 April 2018 16:27