New Hampshire Governor vetoes green fleet bill
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has vetoed a bill that aimed to replace all of the state’s fleet vehicles with zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) to the extent feasible and practical by 2041.
The race to fuel the buses of future is on
There’s no denying it: Oil, once the lifeblood of America’s buses and trucks, is no longer king of the fleets. Two decades ago, diesel and gasoline fueled virtually all of the country’s municipal buses. Now, they burn in less than 45%.
Municipalities commit to purchasing 2,100 electric vehicles by 2020
Leaders from 127 cities and 15 counties from across 38 states have joined the Climate Mayors Electric Vehicle Purchasing Collaborative and committed to purchasing more than 2,100 electric vehicles by the end of 2020.
Anxiety rises in U.S. and Europe over electric battery shortages
The scale of planned investments in electric lineups means both transportation OEMs and related industries in Europe and North America are focusing on how to secure future supplies of battery-grade nickel.
Truck Stop Coffee Talk: The Truth about Biodiesel
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Greater Chicago I-55 Truck Plaza
The Chicago Area Clean Cities Coalition, the B20 Club (a partnership between the Illinois Soybean Association and the American Lung Association), and the Greater Chicago I-55 Truck Plaza, invite you to join them for Truck Stop Coffee Talk: The Truth about Biodiesel. This event is a one-day comprehensive biodiesel educational seminar. Anyone who consumes, markets, trades or distributes diesel fuel should not miss this opportunity to learn about the latest operational, environmental, and cost benefits of biodiesel. Topics covered will include: biodiesel fundamentals; fuel purchasing, quality and blending; and insights from local end-user fleets and a fuel blender/seller. For more information, contact Chris Lyon at