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Pennsylvania Cooperating With Colorado, Oklahoma, and Wyoming to Switch Fleets to Natural Gas

November 09, 2011

HARRISBURG, PA - Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Corbett announced he signed a memorandum of understanding with the governors of Colorado, Oklahoma, and Wyoming to work together to switch their fleets to natural gas. The memorandum is designed to spur OEM development of new natural-gas-fueled vehicles.

The news release issued by Pennsylvania’s Office of the Governor also said the states will develop a joint request for proposal to the auto industry to combine all four states’ future vehicle purchases.

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