MAN to Supply 110 Lion’s City CNG Buses to Warsaw in 2019

| Poland: Warsaw

Poland buys 100 MAN Lion's City CNG for Warsawa MZAFrom the spring of 2019, a further 110 natural gas-powered MAN Lion’s City low-floor buses will be driving around the streets of the Polish capital of Warsaw. MAN Truck & Bus Polska was able to win the order of 80 natural gas buses from Warsaw bus operator MZA at the end of June. Read more »

IVECO Daily Celebrates 40 Years, 20 Years with CNG

| Italy: Turin
IVECO Blue Power LCV

Daily Hi-Matic Natural Power

The IVECO Daily, now in its third generation, has evolved over 40 years to become today’s champion of sustainability. First launched in 1978, the Daily revolutionised light commercial transport with its truck-derived chassis with rear traction and independent front suspension. Today’s ‘C’ shaped chassis is unique, versatile and available powered by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). Read more »

EMT to Acquire 460 CNG buses from Mercedes and Scania

| Spain: Madrid

Mercedes-Benz Citaro NGT for EMTThe Board of Directors of the Municipal Transport Company of Madrid (EMT) has approved an investment of EUR 138M (USD 161M) for the acquisition, during the next two years, of 460 new buses for the municipal fleet. All buses will be powered by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). It is the largest investment in fleet renewal carried out by EMT in its 70-year history. Read more »

Superpolo Launches ‘Superior’ NGV Microbus in Colombia

| Colombia
Superpolo Superior CNG Bus on IVECO chassis

Image: Busworld

Brazilian bus manufacturer Marcopolo, through its Colombian company Superpolo, recently launched a new compressed natural gas (CNG) bus under its ‘Superior’ brand. Presented in mid-May, the urban passenger service vehicles are built on an IVECO chassis and have capacity for 19 passengers. Read more »

Arcese chooses IVECO Daily NP to travel London’s 2019 Ultra-Low Emission Zones

| United Kingdom: Basildon

IVECO Daily NPInternational logistics firm Arcese has taken delivery of a 6.5-tonne IVECO Daily Natural Power chassis cab, the first gas-powered light commercial vehicle to join its UK fleet. Its ultra-clean engine enables the company to make unrestricted deliveries to its luxury retail customers in central London. Read more »

LNG HDVs Poised for Dissemination in Korea

| Korea: Busan

Tata Daewoo LNG Tractor exhibited at APGC 2017NGV Workshop 2018, hosted by the Ministry of Environment Korea (MOE) and organized by Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) and Korea Association for Natural Gas Vehicles (KANGV), was held in Busan, Korea on May 31. In this workshop, an MOE official explained that they are reviewing the phased dissemination of LNG trucks, for which a pilot project will commence before the end of 2018. Read more »

Trinidad and Tobago Receive 35 Higer CNG Buses

| Trinidad and Tobago; China

Higer CNG Bus Launch in TrinidadThirty five Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) -powered buses, manufactured by Higer Bus, a Chinese bus manufacturer based in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, were officially handed over to the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in mid-May. Read more »

WMATA Procures CNG Buses from New Flyer

| USA: St Cloud MN

WMATA 2018 New Flyer Xcelsior XN40 CNGNorth American bus and coach manufacturer NFI Group Inc., through its subsidiary New Flyer of America Inc. (New Flyer), will deliver up to 694 heavy-duty Xcelsior® transit buses to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) as part of a five-year contract award. An undeclared number of buses will be powered by compressed natural gas (CNG). Read more »

Landi Renzo Adds Ford E-350 to CARB-approved List

| USA: Torrance CA

Landi Renzo's CNG E-350/450 6.2L V8 now certified to CARB standardsLandi Renzo USA has gained CARB certification for the Ford E-350/450 6.2L V8 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) product. The company explains this is the only OEM/Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) recognized product available in the market and demonstrates Landi Renzo USA’s commitment to expanding our CNG product offerings. Read more »