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New Flyer buses going electric

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Watch how New Flyer, America's largest transit bus and motor coach manufacturer is going electric by building battery electric and hydrogen fuel...

Clean cities 25th anniversary stakeholder testimonials

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Clean Cities marks 25 years of progress building partnerships to advance affordable, domestic transportation fuels and technologies with testimonials from coalitions, stakeholders,...

Battery Recycling Prize winners announced

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the 15 winners of Phase 1 of the Battery Recycling Prize, a prize that aims...

Coordinators inducted into the Clean Cities Hall of Fame

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Clean Cities coordinators inducted in the Clean Cities Hall of Fame for dedication to advancing affordable, domestic transportation fuels and technologies.

Liquefied natural gas trains make the grade in Florida

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John Davis, creator and host of MotorWeek, investigates how liquefied natural gas powers trains in Jacksonville, Florida. For...

This chart shows how many GGEs Clean Cities Coalitions are saving...

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Since 1993, Clean Cities coalitions have steadily increased their energy use impact each year for a cumulative of more than 7.8 billion...

4 talented coordinators inducted into the Clean Cities Hall of Fame

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National Clean Cities Director Dennis Smith and Co-Director Linda Bluestein inducted four Clean Cities Coordinators into the Clean Cities Hall of Fame...

Primary or secondary? Understanding propane stations in the DOE’s AFDC Station...

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As propane vehicle technology becomes more advanced, propane dispensing infrastructure has evolved along with it. In particular, the propane industry is focusing much of...

2018 Fuel Economy Guide now available on FuelEconomy.gov

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have just released the 2018 Fuel Economy Guide, available online at fueleconomy.gov....