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Calif. Offers $10.2M in NGV Grants

The California Energy Commission-funded Natural Gas Vehicle Incentive Project will provide $10.2 million in funding to reduce the purchase price of new, on-road natural gas vehicles.

EV Shuttle Buses Deployed in Mountain View, Calif.

Four zero-emission electric shuttle buses have been deployed in Mountain View, Calif., according to CALSTART, a clean transportation consortium. The buses were manufactured by Motiv Power Systems, using funds from the California Energy Commission.

Honda Funding Hydrogen Fuel Stations in California

Honda's $13.8 million in financial assistance, combined with anticipated future grants from the State of California, could allow FirstElement Fuel to add at least 12 stations to California’s hydrogen fuel network.

California Firm Plans to Open Hydrogen Fuel Stations in 2015

FirstElement Fuel, which recently received final approval for a $27.6 million grant from the California Energy Commission to develop the first phase of the state's hydrogen-fuel network, has selected Black & Veatch as its primary engineering and construction provider.

Calif. Offers $1,000 Incentive for Honda Civic CNG

The California Energy Commission is providing fleet-eligible $1,000 incentives for the purchase of Honda's Civic Natural Gas sedan as part of a larger initiative to expand the use of alternative fuels in the state.

Calif. Invests $46M in Hydrogen Fueling Stations

The California Energy Commission has awarded $46.6 million in state grants to construct 28 new hydrogen fueling stations as part of a broader initiative to popularize the alternative fuel in the state.

Calif. Awards $9.6 million for EV, Alt-Fuel Projects

SACRAMENTO, CA - The California Energy Commission has approved eight grants to fund projects aimed at advancing the manufacture of electric vehicles and vehicle batteries, adding vehicle charging stations, and encouraging the use of biofuels. The grants leverage more than $9.6 million in state funding with $11.9 million in private funds.