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Sacramento County Adopts Renewable Diesel

Sacramento County Adopts Renewable Diesel

Sacramento County, Calif. has begun using renewable diesel to fuel many of its heavy-duty vehicles, including more than 400 municipal public works trucks and specialty vehicles.

August 11, 2016

More Calif. Fleets Switch to Renewable Diesel
San Diego Adopts Renewable Diesel

San Diego Adopts Renewable Diesel

The City of San Diego has joined the growing list of West Coast fleets making the switch to renewable diesel. 900 of the city's heavy- and medium-duty vehicles will run on renewable diesel to start, including refuse trucks, construction equipment, and street sweepers.

November 1, 2016

San Francisco's Renewable Diesel Detailed

San Francisco's Renewable Diesel Detailed

Neste's NEXBTL renewable diesel is produced from renewable raw materials including vegetable oils and animal waste and offers a chemical composition comparable to fossil fuel, according to the company.

January 4, 2016

Carlsbad, Calif. Moves to Renewable Diesel
Renewable Fuel Boosts Diesel's Dominance, Tech Forum Says
NYC to Use Domestically Produced Renewable Diesel

N.Y. Town Renews Fleet Tracking Contract

Vehicle Tracking Solutions (VTS) announced that the Town of Riverhead, N.Y., has renewed its fleet tracking contract and is continuing to see an increase in savings.

January 17, 2018

HUBB Filters Welcomes Scott Son as CFO

HUBB Filters Welcomes Scott Son as CFO

Son has more than 30 years of professional experience that includes leadership and C-level finance roles over the past 12 years in the clean tech and renewable energy industries

March 13, 2018

Hawaii Counties to Transition Fleets to Renewable Energy by 2035
Calif. City Switches to Renewable Natural Gas

Calif. City Switches to Renewable Natural Gas

The City of Long Beach, Calif., recently began dispensing renewable natural gas (RNG) at its new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station. The station is used for the city’s growing fleet of refuse trucks and street sweepers.

August 31, 2017

Calif. City Adopts Zero-Emission Fleet Conversion Plan
Colo. City to Convert Sewage Gas to RNG to Power Refuse Fleet
Beverly Hills Adopts Renewable Diesel

Beverly Hills Adopts Renewable Diesel

The City of Beverly Hills, Calif., is the latest public fleet to adopt renewable diesel. Currently, the city is using renewable diesel in its central fuels station, which fuels all public works vehicles.

February 8, 2017

Workhorse Deploys Fleet of Electric Vans in San Francisco
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