November 4, 2016
By: Jessica Lyons Hardcastle
Electric vehicles got a boost this week as the White House, EV charging firms and vehicle manufacturers including General Motors, BMW and Nissan agreed to build 48 national EV charging networks in 35 states.
But there’s another low-carbon fuel that, while it continues to fly — or drive — under the radar, could have big cost and emissions benefits for corporate and municipal fleets. Renewable natural gas has the potential to reduce the US heavy transport sector’s reliance on diesel and gasoline. And it’s compatible with engines that run on natural gas.
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