Higer CNG Buses Exported to Trinidad and Tobago

| Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad - Higer CNG Buses ready for shipment to T&T 600Chinese bus manufacturer Higer, based in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, is shipping Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses to Trinidad and Tobago. The new Euro V vehicles will replace ageing buses in the public transportation fleet where most of the vehicles are more than 8 years old. Read more »

Paris City Hall Uses LNG-Fuelled Trucks

| France, Paris

Iveco and Renault selected to supply natural gas powered trucks equipped with Allison AutomaticsIn France, the publicly-financed vehicle fleet of Paris City Hall, which since 2014 has halted the purchase of diesel vehicles as a matter of ecological policy, has taken delivery of 11 new heavy goods vehicles and utilities vehicles with Allison transmissions and powered by natural gas. Iveco and Renault models were selected. Read more »

IVECO Natural Power Daily Vans for Veolia

| United Kingdom, Basildon

Iveco Daily UK CNGIVECO has supplied three compressed natural gas powered Daily Natural Power vans to Veolia, the UK’s largest waste management company. The vehicles will carry specialist equipment for removing graffiti, as part of a new contract with the London Borough of Camden. Read more »

New Flyer CNG Buses for Arlington Transit and Whistler Transit

| USA, St. Cloud MN
BC Transit Whistler New Flyer CNG launch

BC Transit CNG bus launch in Whistler

North American transit bus and motor coach manufacturer New Flyer Inc. has announced a new order for its U.S. subsidiary New Flyer of America Inc., for 13 Xcelsior® compressed natural gas (CNG) forty-foot, heavy-duty transit buses. The buses will be supplied to Arlington Transit (ART), a new purchase based on a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) contract. They will be the first New Flyer CNG buses for ART. Read more »

Seville Public Transport Fleet Passes 50% CNG with New Acquisitions

| Spain, Seville

MAN NL 313 GNC Carroceria CastrosuaIn the Spanish city of Seville, the Municipal Corporation’s urban transportation division (TUSSAM) has acquired a total of 15 new 12-meter buses powered by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), which will provide immediate service. The buses, featuring MAN NL 313 chassis and bodywork by Castrosua, are Euro VI compliant and cost EUR 4 million (USD 4.75m). Read more »

Six New Biogas Buses for Augsburg Fleet

| Germany, Augsburg

MB Citaro biogas for AugsburgStadtwerke Augsburg (SWA), the public utility in Augsburg, Germany, has acquired six new Mercedes Citaro NGT buses. As with all SWA buses, the engine is environmentally friendly and CO2-neutral with bio natural gas (RNG). The values ​​of nitrogen oxide emissions for natural gas are up to 90 percent lower than for diesel. Particulate matter is not an issue with natural gas. Read more »

Fordonsgas Reports Positive NGV Movement in Sweden

| Sweden, Stockholm

Fordonsgas Sverige foto - CNG refuelingFordonsGas, owner and operator of more than 40 gas filling stations, is committed to the renewable nature of gas as a future fuel in Sweden. To that end it had invested in expansive growth to become the leading energy company in sustainable mobility, with many more vehicle filling stations planned. FordonsGas is part of the Air Liquide Group, both of which want to increase both the share of biogas-driven travel and transport. Read more »

Oxford County Introduces CNG Snow Ploughs to Fleet

| Canada, Woodstock ON

Oxford County Snow Plow CNGOxford County Public Works in the province of Ontario, Canada, has introduced what they claim to be the country’s first snow plows powered by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). The two CNG vehicles are ready to begin clearing roads as soon as first significant snows fall. The County is confident they will assist to reach its planned annual CO2 emission reduction objectives. Read more »

Eni and FCA Jointly Target CO2 Emissions Reduction

| Italy, Rome

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Rome-based Italian Energy company Eni S.p.A. will jointly focus on reducing CO2 emissions produced by road transport vehicles under a research agreement signed late November. The agreement, which focuses on new technological applications for sustainable mobility, was signed in the presence of the Prime Minister, Paolo Gentiloni, by the chief executives of the two companies, Claudio Descalzi and Sergio Marchionne. Read more »

KAMAZ New Plant Produces 1000th Gas-Engine Vehicle

| Republic of Tatarstan, G. Naberezhnye Chelny

KAMAZ celebrates 1000th gas-engine vehicle at new plantTatarstan’s heavy vehicle manufacturer PJSC KAMAZ has celebrated the release of the 1000th gas engine vehicle in its new production building. The jubilee truck was four-wheel drive KAMAZ-43114 — a 15-ton class, multipurpose truck which operates with compressed natural gas (CNG). The vehicle was handed over to of the PJSC Gazprom as the proud owner. Read more »