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CARB Recommends Compliance Extension
Tuesday, August 24, 2010 (1729 reads)


The California Air Resources Board staff is recommending an extension of the compliance deadlines for the state’s emission-reduction rule for 2003 transport refrigeration units.



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Companies, Individuals Honored For Natural Gas Efforts
Monday, August 16, 2010 (1700 reads)


NGVAmerica and the Clean Vehicle Education Foundation presented its 2010 National NGV Achievement Awards, honoring three organizations and three individuals. The awards were announced during the associations' joint Natural Gas Vehicle Summit-Conference.



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Companies Converting Gas-Guzzlers Into Hybrids
Friday, August 13, 2010 (1366 reads)


A handful of companies hope to carve a new niche by converting fleets of gas- or diesel-powered trucks, vans, and cars into hybrids and plug-in hybrids--and they're attracting millions of dollars of funding to do it.



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New Clean Energy Bill Would Reinstate Biodiesel Tax Break
Tuesday, August 10, 2010 (1410 reads)


A new clean energy bill introduced by Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) would extend the excise tax credit for biodiesel and renewable diesel retroactively for 2010 and through 2012.



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G.M. Invests in Plug-In Hybrid Start-Up
Wednesday, August 04, 2010 (1624 reads)


Bright Automotive, whose efforts to create a plug-in hybrid delivery truck were thwarted by funding problems, is back on track because of a $5 million infusion from General Motors‘ new venture capital division, G.M. Ventures.



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