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XL Electrifies West Coast Public Fleets

The Tacoma Public Utility is adding several of XL’s hybrid electric units, including XL...

Tacoma and Clark Public Utilities in Washington as well as the city of Palo Alto, Calif., are the latest West Coast municipalities and utilities to electrify portions of their fleets with XL-equipped vehicles.

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Achieving Clean Fleet Goals

The City of Milwaukee uses refuse trucks powered by compressed natural gas.

Whether it’s reducing reliance on traditional fuels or cutting harmful emissions, public agencies are meeting their sustainability goals through various methods.

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EPA Certifies Landi Renzo's CNG Ford Models

Exclusively for California and the markets requiring CARB certification, new F-250 and...

Landi Renzo USA has secured certifications from the Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board for several Ford F-Series and E-Series models that run on compressed natural gas.

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Battery-Electric Vehicles for 2019

We lead off with the 2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV, which has drawn the highest level of fleet interest...

Commercial fleets with a sustainability mission or government fleets with green vehicle mandates turn to electrified vehicles to meet their mission. Here's a closer look at the battery-electric vehicles available in the 2019 model year.

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City of Beverly Hills Runs 100% Renewable Diesel

In June of 2013 the City's fleet manager decided to make the switch from petroleum-based...

The second generation of biofuels and renewable diesel is here, but what does that mean for Beverly Hills fleet manager Craig Crowder? For the City's fleet of 445 vehicles, it means better performance, reduced maintenance, and a more sustainable way to serve the city.