This week’s rundown of the top alternative fuel and fleet industry headlines includes a new propane autogas video curriculum, a clean fuel debate in Oregon, a new fuel economy report from the EPA, and much more:
President Obama has proposed diverting $2 billion in revenue from federal oil and gas royalties over the next decade to pay for advanced technology vehicle research.
- Things are heating up a bit in Oregon this week as the Senate hears arguments both for and against extending the “sunset clause” on the Clean Fuels Program.
- A Sustainable Energy Conference is coming to Raleigh, N.C. this April.
Some see “short-term pain but long-term gain” in running fleets on natural gas.
A new report from the EPA cites significant gains in fuel economy for 2012.
The Denver Auto Show is being held this week. This article explores natural gas vehicle use by fleets vs. consumers.
- AAA will offer a roadside charging service for electric vehicles in Washington state.