VIRGINIACLEAN

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Date registered: June 30, 2009

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  1. VW Settlement: Proposed Environmental Mitigation Trust Agreement Filed with Court — September 11, 2017
  2. Cummins Reveals All-Electric Class 7 Truck — August 30, 2017
  3. Phillips Energy, Harris Garage Team Up on Propane Autogas Fleet Conversions — July 10, 2017
  4. Renewable Natural Gas Coalition Confident Industry Growth and Project Data Will Prevail in Face of Down RVO Proposal — July 6, 2017
  5. EPA Proposes RFS Volumes Reflective of Market Realities for 2018 — July 6, 2017

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Apr
12

Ford in Pursuit of Electric Vehicles

Ford is releasing details today of its $4.5 billion drive to field no fewer than 13 new electric and/or hybrid electric vehicles globally in the next five years. The eye-catcher is a hybrid-electric police car, said to be the first hybrid ever to be pursuit-rated. “The plans are part of Ford’s expansion to be an …

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Apr
10

Virginia Clean Cities Announces Governor’s Green Fleet Award Recipients

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On April 6, 2017 at the 4th Annual Rally at the Raceway, Virginia Clean Cities announced the recipients of the 2017 Governor’s Green Fleet Awards. These awards recognized governments and fleets that excelled in the adoption of alternative fuels, reducing greenhouse gas emission, and reducing petroleum use. Dominion Resources was inducted into the Governor’s Green …

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Mar
16

Propane Autogas Vehicle Sales Increase 8%

Sales of propane autogas-fueled vehicles increased 8% to 14,000 in 2016 compared to the year before, according to data from the Propane Education and Research Council. The council measured sales of light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, including OEM dedicated and aftermarket conversions. Over the past four years, the total number of propane autogas vehicles on …

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Feb
28

Most of the new electricity generating capacity in 2016 came from wind, solar & natural gas

More than 27 gigawatts (GW) of electricity generating capacity was added to the U.S. power grid during 2016, the largest amount of added capacity since 2012. These additions more than offset the retirement of roughly 12 GW of capacity, resulting in a net capacity gain of nearly 15 GW, the largest change since 2011. These …

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Feb
24

VCC Receives Green Supporting Partner of the Year Award

Virginia Clean Cities at JMU Award with First Lady

Virginia Green Announces 2016 Green Travel Star & Green Travel Leader Award Winners! Awards were presented on February 17th at the 4th annual Virginia Green Travel Conference held at the UVA Darden School Conference Center RICHMOND, VA. — The Virginia Green presented the Virginia Green Travel Star Award to nineteen (19) Virginia tourism businesses for …

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Feb
24

Buying an electric vehicle? A growing list of states will charge you extra yearly fees.

Electric vehicles serve the public good — they reduce local air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. But these social benefits are not reflected in the price of the vehicles, which remain, at this stage of market development, somewhat more expensive than comparable internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. That is why EVs are the target of …

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Feb
07

BMW Releases Details of Expanded ChargeNow by EVgo Program

BMW of North America has announced details on the expansion of the ChargeNow by EVgo programs, including ChargeNow DC Fast, to more than 50 metro areas in the U.S., encompassing the entire EVgo public charging network, the largest public DC Fast charging network in the nation. With this expansion, more than 92% of BMW i3, …

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Jan
31

Blue Bird to Use $4.4M DOE Award to Develop Electric School Bus

In December 2016, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that it would be awarding $15 million to organizations in an effort to accelerate the adoption of advanced and alternative fuel vehicles. Blue Bird Corp., a bus manufacturer located in Fort Valley, Ga., was presented the largest amount at $4.4 million in order to develop …

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Jan
26

Washington Auto Show to Feature ‘Green’ Diesels

With recent major announcements of new clean diesel engine options in the U.S. sedan, SUV and pickup truck markets, the Washington Auto Show will give policymakers and consumers an opportunity to see how diesel technology fits in the future plans of automakers and consumers. “Last year was a record-setting year for light truck and SUV …

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Jan
24

Ford Launches Plug-In Hybrid Van Transit Project

Ford Motor Co. is launching a major project designed to help improve air quality as the automaker accelerates its electrification plans with 13 new global electrified vehicles (EVs) scheduled for introduction in the next five years. The project, supported by Transport for London, features a 12-month trial of 20 new plug-in hybrid (PHEV) Transit Custom …

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