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Interest in alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles continues to grow across the United States. Earlier this month, ChargePoint released a report naming the top ten cities in the United States for electric vehicle growth.
In Torrance, CA Honda R&D Americas installed a hydrogen refueling station in preparation for the 2015 introduction of the next Honda fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV).
In Michigan, a team of scientists has invented a new technology that increases the odds of helping algae-based biofuels cross that gap and come closer to reality.
Farther away, Nissan and the Kingdom of Bhutan are working together to transition the country’s vehicles towards lower emissions.
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Representatives from the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) traveled to Indianapolis this month to attend, exhibit and present at the annual NTEA Green Truck Summit/Work Truck Show.
Back at NAFTC headquarters, a group of automotive technicians attended Light-Duty Natural Gas Vehicle Training and Compressed Natural Gas Fuel System Inspector Training.
For a complete list of upcoming trainings, visit the NAFTC Training Schedule.
Planning, including sites, sponsors and partner recruitment, continues for National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey. ACT Expo and Fleets & Fuels signed on as partners this month. Visit the Odyssey website for complete information.