Praise for EV's Work

“The Department of Sanitation has nothing but praise for Energy Vision. Its search for ways to move toward an environmentally sound and sustainable energy future is to be applauded.”

Rocco DiRico, Deputy Commissioner for Support Services
New York City Department of Sanitation.

“I just read through Energy Vision’s new Community Guide. It is awesome work. The guide is comprehensive, very easy to read (and use) and it includes all the critical elements/key areas of information needed to advance development of renewable natural gas projects. Congratulations!” 

Nora Goldstein, Editor, BioCycle Magazine.

“Energy Vision’s valuable new report, Tomorrows Trucks: Leaving the Era of Oil Behind, documents the rapid conversion of refuse fleets in the New York, Long Island, and New Jersey region to natural gas fuel over the past five years. The shift to a cleaner-burning fuel by the region’s refuse industry will have a positive impact on air quality for future generations. We look forward to the solid waste industry’s natural gas successes translating to other areas of the transportation sector.”

Andrew J. Littlefair, President and Chief Executive Officer
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. 

“ The Long Island Region and the Greater Long Island Clean Cities Coalition are proud of the accomplishments over the past several years in using CNG vehicles and in Solid Waste Collection. Energy Vision’s efforts to promote, educate and support alternative fuels are again evidenced in its new report,Tomorrow’s Trucks— an invaluable tool for all. We are grateful for GLICC’s association with this wonderful organization.”

Dominick A. Longobardi, Chairman
Greater Long Island Clean Cities Coalition, Inc . 

“I thank Energy Vision for its dedication to researching innovative renewable energy systems. The effects of climate change are undeniable, and this issue will require much attention if we are to make significant progress towards our goal of reducing carbon emissions by 80 % by 2050.”

New York State Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand, U.S. Congress.