Latest NewsCompressed Natural Gas Fueling Site for Public Use Under Design
Williamsport Sun-Gazette February 19, 2012 Filling up a car or truck with compressed natural gas sounds good, but finding a public filling station is next to impossible. There is one in Harrisburg, three or four in Philadelphia, one in State College and one near Pittsburgh, according to the website cnglocator.net. But State College, the closest on that list, is a long way to drive, just to refuel. That may be about to change as the city opens the gate to those desiring to drive vehicles fueled by the cleaner and cheaper alternative to foreign oil... $3.5 Million to Run Buses on Shale Gas
Williamsport Sun-Gazette November 16, 2011 A $3.5 million grant through the U.S. Department of Transportation has been secured by the River Valley Transit Co. for its proposed compressed natural gas fueling station... $400K Grant to Help Fuel 'gas' Station
Williamsport Sun-Gazette October 26, 2011 Williamsport's River Valley Transit received word that it is recipient of a $400,000 grant to pay for a portion of the construction costs of a $2 million compressed natural gas fueling station that is meant to provide cheaper, cleaner-burning fuel to the city and Lycoming County's police, fire, emergency response, public transit and school bus fleets... DEP Awards Nearly $4.4 Million in Alternative Fuels Grants
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania October 25, 2011 HARRISBURG -- The Department of Environmental Protection announced today it will award more than $4.4 million in Alternative Fuels Incentive Grants to 12 projects across the state. The projects will develop the state’s natural gas and electric vehicle infrastructure and achieve emissions reductions equivalent to taking 10,000 cars off the road...