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Propane School Bus Registrations Jumped 700 Percent

The quantity of propane school bus registrations in the U.S. increased 700 percent in the last five years, according to new vehicle registration reports compiled by the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC).

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Free Webinar: How Propane School Buses Stretch Tight Budgets

Every day school districts must stretch tight budgets in today’s economy. But the decisions school district officials make in terms of selecting school buses have a profound effect on many critical issues: students’ well-being, taxpayer-supported district budgets, staffing and personnel, and even the quality of air that people in a community breathe. 

$94M Funded for Electric, CNG School Buses in California

Under Grant Funding Opportunity GFO-17-607 (School Bus Replacement for California School Districts and County Offices of Education), California school districts can apply for a share of $94.1 million in funding to purchase new electric or CNG school buses, as well as charging and fueling infrastructure. 

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CEC Grant Latest Effort to Spur School Bus Replacement

A “pre-application workshop” is being held Tuesday morning to share information on the $78.7 million in grant funding from the California Energy Commission to replace the state’s oldest and most polluting school buses.

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EPA Awards $2M for Tribal Transportation Operations

The Clean Diesel Tribal Grant program allocates $2 million from the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act for vehicle replacement, including school buses, to improve air quality in tribal jurisdictions, it was announced, as well as the deadline for applications to be submitted.

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Clean Energy Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Total’s Equity Investment

NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. — Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ: CLNE) shareholders today approved, by over 97 percent of the shares present at the company’s annual shareholders meeting, the purchase by Total Marketing Services S.A., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Total S.A. (CAC: TOTF.PA), of 50.8 million shares of Clean Energy’s common stock for gross proceeds of $83.4 million.

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