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DUECO, Inc. and Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation Earn We Energies Star Award for Supplier Excellence
Thursday, April 26, 2012 (1160 reads)


Waukesha, WI-based DUECO, Inc. the largest privately owned provider of Terex Hi-Ranger bucket trucks, Terex Telelect digger derricks, cranes, stringing and tension equipment and utility trailers in the country and UELC, a sister company and nationwide leader in the rental and lease of utility trucks, were recognized recently by We Energies with a STAR Award, signifying they are among We Energies’ most effective suppliers and strategic partners.



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City of Columbus Opens Fast-Fill CNG Fueling Station
Friday, April 20, 2012 (1466 reads)


The City of Columbus on April 17 celebrated the opening of its first compressed natural gas (CNG) station, the largest fast-fill station of its kind in Ohio and likely in the Midwest.



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UPS Expands London Olympics Fleet to Include Biomethane Vehicles
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 (1049 reads)


UPS has added 10 large trucks to its dedicated 2012 London fleet that run on biomethane diesel. With London Olympic organizers striving to put on the greenest Games ever and the City struggling to find find ways to control air pollution, the addition to UPS’ fleet is a dose of good news.



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Energy Commission Awards More Than $2.5 Million to Get Natural Gas-Powered Vehicles Rolling
Monday, April 16, 2012 (1081 reads)


The California Energy Commission today approved funding of $2,604,000 to help bring more buses and trucks powered by natural gas to the state's highways. The awards are expected to bring more than 125 new vehicles powered by natural gas to the state's roadways.



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Putting Electrification to Work
Monday, April 16, 2012 (1072 reads)


BAE System’s HybriDrive parallel propulsion system for heavy-duty vocational trucks features a modular design so as not to affect chassis layout. The new parallel system benefits from the company’s proven series hybrid in terms of software, control laws, and energy management, helping to accelerate market-readiness.



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EPA to Allow 15% Ethanol Fuel in Gasoline
Friday, April 13, 2012 (1113 reads)


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approved the first applications for registration of ethanol for use in making gasoline that contains up to 15% ethanol - known as E15.



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Propane Industry Celebrates 100 Years
Wednesday, April 11, 2012 (1102 reads)


The rally and parade will kick off at 12:00PM on April 14th in Centennial Olympic Park and will include a Blue Bird school bus and a Ford pickup truck both featuring the ROUSH CleanTech liquid propane autogas fuel system.



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Emissions Device Gets Trial Run in Winnebago County
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 (1072 reads)


Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., an Ogdensburg company, in partnership with SMART Air Fuel Saver LLC, will be installing its SMART Emissions Reducer device on a series of vehicles for the County of Winnebago, Illinois.



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Diesel Destined for Ford's Transit; Fuel-Environment Calculator Ready for Fleets
Monday, April 02, 2012 (1174 reads)


Ford Commercial Truck says its upcoming Euro-style Transit full-size van will have a diesel as well as gasoline engines and reiterated that the Transit will get at least 25% better fuel economy than the E-series vans it will begin replacing next year.



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Fast-Paced Video Highlights Key Advantages of the Odyne Advanced Plug-In Hybrid System for Medium-and Heavy-Duty Trucks
Monday, April 02, 2012 (1151 reads)


Fleet managers eager to reduce operating costs and their environmental footprint will want to take a look at the new video posted at www.odyne.com by Odyne Systems, LLC, a Waukesha, Wisconsin based leader in hybrid systems for medium-and heavy-duty trucks.



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