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Electric Vehicles Lead Pack in Greening Corporate Fleets
Friday, March 30, 2012 (1494 reads)

It's a new direction for Frito-Lay, which has previously used Smith Electric Vehicles to green its fleet. The Frito-Lay EV pilots are part of parent company PepsiCo's long-term goal to build the greenest fleet in North America.

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Peterbilt Leads the Way in Natural Gas Vehicles
Thursday, March 29, 2012 (1465 reads)

Peterbilt Motors Company showcased its growing lineup of cost efficient, environmentally friendly natural gas-powered vehicles – already the largest and most comprehensive in the industry.

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Progress Energy to Convert Plant to Cleaner Gas
Thursday, March 29, 2012 (1436 reads)

Progress Energy Florida has announced plans to convert the Anclote Power Plant, located in Holiday, to 100 percent natural gas – a change that will reduce emissions at the plant dramatically.

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Green Truck Association Announces Technology Councils
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 (1391 reads)

The Green Truck Association (GTA) announces the formation of three technology councils to better represent specific segments within the green truck industry.

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2012 Green Truck Summit and Work Truck Show: A Definite Success
Friday, March 16, 2012 (1512 reads)

The Work Truck Show® 2012, held March 6-8 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, was the biggest work truck event in history. It broke all standing event records, with a verified 10,408 attendees checking out work trucks and equipment from 563 exhibitors.

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