ACT Expo 2018 Takeaways: Natural Gas Continues To Lead The Way But Host Of Other Technologies & Fuels Gaining Traction As Part Of “All Of The Above” Strategy

Posted by on May 24, 2018 in Blog/News

ACT Expo 2018 Takeaways: Natural Gas Continues To Lead The Way But Host Of Other Technologies & Fuels Gaining Traction As Part Of “All Of The Above” Strategy

Following up on many questions we have received about ACT EXPO 2018 we though it would be great to share a well-written summary provided by Graig-Halum Capital Group so that you know what you have missed if you did not attend. In this the 8th year of the conference a main takeaway was greater industry activity levels, higher attendance, and a more broad array of fuels and technologies. While not getting the splashy headlines of some other ACT participants, it is clear that...

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California to spend $1.5 billion to expand alternative transport fuel

Posted by on Sep 19, 2017 in Blog/News

California to spend $1.5 billion to expand alternative transport fuel

September 15, 2017. A legislative agreement has been reached to direct up to $1.5 billion of revenue from California’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions allowance to expand the use of alternative transportation fuels, including natural gas (CNG), according to reports. Earlier this month, a group of California state senators advocated increasing funding by $1 billion to reduce emissions from trucks and buses, the source of more than a quarter of state GHG emissions. The...

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Get ready to claim your $0.50/gallon alternative fuels excise tax credits and $30K alternative refueling infrastructure tax credits for 2014

Posted by on Dec 18, 2014 in Blog/News

Get ready to claim your $0.50/gallon alternative fuels excise tax credits and $30K alternative refueling infrastructure tax credits for 2014

On Tuesday night, the U.S. Senate passed the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014, which holds among its dozens of provisions an extension of the federal $0.50/gallon alternative fuels excise tax credits and a return of the 30% alternative refueling infrastructure tax credits. The House passed the bill, H.R.5771, on Dec. 3. President Obama is expected to sign the legislation. The excise tax credits cover compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), propane...

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Trying to make sense of CNG terminology? Here’s a CNG glossary to help you.

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in Blog/News

Trying to make sense of CNG terminology? Here’s a CNG glossary to help you.

Many of our callers are confused with the common CNG terminology. Please refer to this page as guide for your CNG glossary to better understand what those abbreviations stand for. Btu (British Thermal Unit) Btu corresponds to the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of one pound mass of water by 1° F DGE (Diesel Gallon Equivalent) DGE corresponds to the amount of CNG containing the same energy content as one gallon of diesel. Ultra-low sulfur diesel has...

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CNG vs Diesel and ROI Calculator

Posted by on Aug 9, 2013 in Blog/News

CNG vs Diesel and ROI Calculator

Natural gas vehicles help fleets go green and add green to the bottom line. While the cost of diesel continues to rise, the cost of natural gas remains steady and significantly cheaper. Use this CNG vs Diesel calculator below to find out how much money you can save by choosing Natural Gas fuel for your vehicles. CNG vs Diesel 1. CNG prices are typically listed in gasoline gallon equivalent (GGE). For comparison purposes, all CNG prices and cost calculations include a...

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More grants in Texas for CNG equipment in 2013

Posted by on Jun 19, 2013 in Blog/News

There are plenty of grants in Texas for CNG ! In Texas and across the nation, air pollution is a problem. Many cities and communities in the eastern half of Texas, along with El Paso, are not meeting the air quality standards that have been established by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Other cities in the eastern region of our state are on the verge of failing to meet these EPA standards. Everyday activities, such as driving a vehicle and operating...

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