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Green Fleet Magazine has updated its website with a fresh, more user-friendly design that better organizes content for fleet readers wanting to research alternative fuels, grants, legislation, and operational topics, according to its publisher.

"The relaunched better serves our readers with informed content aimed at fleet managers facing the challenges of integrating these vehicles and technology into their fleets," said Sherb Brown, vice president and group publisher for the magazine's publisher, Bobit Business Media.

The revamped Green Fleet website offers easier navigation to crucial topic areas, including operations, vehicles and equipment, biofuels, clean diesel, electric, gasoline, hybrids, hydrogen, natural gas, and propane, Brown said.

New sections of the website offer searchable links to legislation, federal grants, state grants, industry events, webinars and a research section with topical whitepapers. The website also now offers videos, photo galleries and blogs.

Starting in 2015, Green Fleet Magazine is going online-only. Visit the website at