First LNG Fuelled ADR Truck at Gate Terminal

| The Netherlands, Rotterdam

Rolande first at GateThe first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) -powered truck has this week loaded a trailer with LNG at the Gate terminal in Rotterdam. LNG power moving LNG fuel adds a new dimension to alternative fuel transportation for trucks and ships. After considerable effort to update and adjust legislation, LNG trucks are now compliant with ADR and regulation at terminals. Read more »

Madrid’s EMT Expands CNG Fleet Facilities

| Spain, Madrid

EMT CNG BusesThe Municipal Transport Company of Madrid (EMT) plans to expand existing Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) refueling stations at its Operations Centers in the city regions of Fuencarral, Carabanchel and Entrevías. The objective is to be able to supply all the buses propelled by this less polluting fuel. Read more »

Biogas a Green Step Change for Nottingham City Transport

| United Kingdom, Nottingham

Scania doubledecker biogas buses for City of NottinghamWorking in partnership with Nottingham City Council, Scania, Alexander Dennis and Roadgas, with part funding from OLEV (Office of Low Emission vehicles), Nottingham City Transport is giving new meaning to local legend Robin Hood’s ‘Nottingham Green’. The city has taken delivery of biogas (renewable natural gas) -powered double deck buses. Read more »

MAN Auto Uzbekistan Launches Low-floor CNG Bus

| Uzbekistan

MAN Lion's City CNG 12mAt this year’s World Expo in Astana, Kazakhstan, MAN Truck & Bus will be presenting an Uzbekistan-produced low-floor city bus with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) drive for the Central Asian market. The bus manufacturer says gas engines are playing an important role across the globe on the road to reduced emissions. Read more »

Celerio Limited Edition with CNG Launched by Maruti

| India, Delhi

Maruti Suzuki Celerio Limited EditionIndian auto manufacturer Maruti Suzuki has launched the Celerio Limited Edition hatchback with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) option. According to an article by DriveSpark, the new version Celerio fully accessorised will cost approximately 4.58 Lakh (USD 7,200). Read more »

CNG Buses Headed for MBTA in Boston

| USA, Boston MA

New Flyer 60ft CNG Bus for MBTA (Boston)Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), located in Boston on the northern east coast of U.S.A., is home to a fleet of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses that just got a whole lot bigger. The delivery of 219 New Flyer CNG-powered buses, ordered in 2015, will be completed by next month. Read more »

Scania Cuts Emissions for McDonalds Supply Chain

| Sweden, Södertälje

Scania P340 at McDonaldsHAVI, a global supply chain specialist and Swedish truck manufacturer Scania are actively addressing global climate goals by collaborating on sustainable transport and logistics solution. They are implementing a five year roadmap aimed at making a significant carbon footprint reduction in transport operations to and from McDonald’s restaurants in several European countries. Read more »

Largest Fleet of CNG buses in Michigan

| USA, Grand Rapids MI

Gillig CNG bus for Grand Rapids MIThe City of Grand Rapids, together with its public transportations system known as The Rapid, has unveiled a new plan to roll out what will become Michigan’s largest fleet of environmentally friendly buses. The buses, powered by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), will soon be cruising the streets of Downtown and Greater Grand Rapids. Read more »

Tata Develops Engines for Biomethane-powered Buses

| India, Pune

Tata Motors biomethane bus, launched at Urja UtsavTata Motors, India’s largest Commercial Vehicles manufacturer, has showcased the country’s first Bio-CNG (biomethane or renewable natural gas (RNG)) bus at a bio-energy event in mid-June. Displayed at the event were three engines, along with the lead Tata Bio-CNG model. Read more »

Canadian City Commits to CNG for Transit Fleet

| Canada, Red Deer AB

Nova CNG Buses for Red Deer TransitThe city of Red Deer, Alberta has launched new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses, joining the fleet of Red Deer Transit as a ‘greener’ way of providing service to its customers. The newly launches buses replace, on July 11, replaced 17 ageing diesel buses. The city has committed to an ongoing replacement program to continue the transition to natural gas fuel. Read more »