National Advanced Transportation News – December 2014

24 December 2014
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It’s been a busy month for National Advanced Transportation in the final month of the year: December 2014, including commentary from the fleet managers’ perspective on transitioning to alternative fuels, charging, and more. Federal legislation, tax credits, and announcement by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on a business development trip to China.

$8,000 Hydrogen Tax Credit Expires, What Now?

Federal Legislation Boosts Diesel Emissions Reduction Grants

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Pritzker and U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz Announce Business Development Mission to China

Siemens and Duke Energy demonstrate smart-grid-capable EVSE

GE pilot intelligently schedules charging to reduce demand charges

Your EV may not be so green – but then again, it may.

EV City Casebook highlights 50 big ideas driving EV adoption

Autonomous Vehicles Near for Delivery Work, Report Says

Route 66 Goes Electric With EV Charging Stations

Atlanta Falcons & ChargePoint Score A Touchdown With EV Chargers

Bakery Company Unveils Propane Autogas Vehicles

Blu LNG Hires Industry Vet as Company President

Obama approves retroactive mass-transit benefit for workers

How Dangerous is LNG?

How Much Renewable Natural Gas Can Be Produced?

Diesel Falls to Lowest Average Cost in 4 Years

Obama Approves Incentives for Alt Fuels, Bi-Fuel NGVs

President Obama Extends Tax Benefit for Vehicle Purchases

Gasoline Prices Fall to $2.40 Per Gallon

Fueling Your Natural Gas Vehicle
Fleets looking to switch to natural-gas-fueled vehicles can reduce fuel costs by up to 40 percent or more. Understanding the variations in fueling station types, and how the fleet needs to fuel, can help in making the decision.

Green Fleet: A Primer on Natural Gas Fueling

Green Fleet: What’s New with Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles
While electric vehicles have captured the imagination of the public at large, fleets continue to lag behind. In every vehicle’s future, advocates see electric potential.

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