Alt fuel news roundup: 5/23/13

Welcome to Thursday’s news roundup, where we’re recapping the past week’s top headlines in the alternative fuel and fleet industries. What new developments in green vehicle technology and alternative fuel legislation will affect your fleet in the future? Read on to find out!

  • Last week, Alliance AutoGas announced the addition of new Canadian partner Canwest Propane. The network now serves all of Canada with the only complete program for switching fleets to autogas.

  • Meanwhile, a State Senator from Atlantic City is working to ensure owners of alternative-fuel vehicles fairly contribute to maintaining state bridges and roads.

  • Propane autogas has been making headlines in Maine as the first autogas station in the state opened this week.

  • The city of La Porte, Ind., has added to autogas-powered vehicles to its fleet.

  • High gasoline prices are continuing to hit fleets like taxi cab companies.

  • Halliburton just deployed 100 light-duty natural gas-powered trucks in its fleet.

  • A North Carolina school bus fleet is test-driving clean autogas buses.

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