The City of Gadsden, Ala., will save $100,000 this year by using biodiesel in its fleet vehicles and equipment, according to AL.com. The article said the City is using B-100 in its mowers and that about 80% of the City’s diesel vehicles will use B-20. The City has a tank at its Public Works Dept. that will hold the fuel for the City’s vehicles and equipment. You can read the complete article on AL.com’s website here.
Years of low gasoline prices have caused a perceived shift away from compressed natural gas. How has this shift changed the way fleets plan for the future?