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Monetizing carbon emissions to incentivize change (pt 3)

Watch part three of Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition's discussion on monetizing carbon emissions to promote greener technology via incentives.

Monetizing carbon emissions to incentivize change (pt 2)

Listen to John Thornton, President of Clean Future, discuss how carbon emissions can promote green incentives.

Monetizing carbon emissions to incentivize change

Watch Tim Taylor, Executive Director of Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition, speak about monetizing carbon emissions to motivate a change to greener technology...

Municipal Equipment Fleet Academy showcases training

Municipal Equipment Fleet Academy is an event that connects educators, industry experts, and industry mechanics for in-depth and advanced training. It is...

Wisconsin Propane Autogas Answers set for Pewaukee July 18

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN — Wisconsin Clean Cities is partnering with the Wisconsin Propane Education & Research Council for a half-day workshop focused on...

Alternative fuel corridor signage on the horizon for Louisiana

In 2018, Louisiana submitted a proposal to the FHWA to have Alternative Fuels Corridor signage installed along our interstate highways. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality says...

Paying for the roads: electric vehicle road usage and registration fees

The federal government and the states fund highway construction and maintenance through taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel. Over the years, the...

Louisiana Clean Fuels hosts annual meeting: the EV REVolution

Last Thursday, LCF held our Annual Stakeholder Meeting at the BRCC Automotive Technology Center in Baton Rouge. With an attendance of around...

Waste Management unveils 24 new CNG trucks in Louisiana

Waste Management recently implemented a new CNG fleet of garbage trucks which will service several parishes in Louisiana. WM is replacing diesel trucks...

Clean, renewable biodiesel industry adding jobs, reducing pollution across the US

If only Rudolf Diesel could see highways across America today. The inventor of the Diesel engine, which ran perfectly on peanut oil not long...