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  • Flexible Lease Product for Ryder Natural Gas Trucks in US

    September 21, 2011 – 10:50 am | USA, Miami FL
    Ryder System, Inc., a commercial transportation and supply chain management solutions provider, has launched its new “Flex-to-Green” lease offering, making it easier for private fleet operators to jump start their sustainability programs by providing the option of incorporating alternative fuel vehicles into their fleets in support of their business objectives. Read More »

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    SJC leased 40 CNG buses from PENSKE for airport shuttles

    San Jose Mineta International Airport (SJC) opened a multilevel parking garage across from the terminal a year or so ago and the majority of its CNG full size bus fleet has been sitting idle until new sublease arrangements can be made. The buses are low floor, full length, spacious with luggage racks, seating, in great shape.

    The airport had 40 CNG buses used as long term parking shuttles up until 2011:
    10 are still in use: 4 at rental car and 4 at economy parking with 2 spare shuttles
    16 were returned to the owner, PENSKE, who may have sold them to Brazil

    14 are presently available pending the outcome of talks with SFO who may acquire them from SJC. Contact Bob Lockhart ( ) of SJC (You may PM me or call the airport number 408 392 3600, press 6 1 and speak to Robin for Bob's direct number.)


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      Joseph Bebon for NGTNews Nov 14 2017 - In partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy and Penske Truck Leasing, Louisiana Clean Fuels is seeking interested fleets to try out a clean-burning, heavy-duty CNG truck via the Penkse Truck Leasing Alternative Fuel Vehicle Demonstration & Enhanced Driver Experience Project. This program aims to help fleets minimize risks and costs by enabling them to evaluate the integration of CNG in their operations, for the same price as a comparable diesel truck ($100/day), before making the commitment to purchase or lease.


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        Joseph Bebon for NGTNews November 8, 2017 - Electric bus manufacturer Proterra announced that the San Jose, CA city council has approved the purchase of 10 new Proterra Catalyst E2 zero-emissions battery-electric transit buses and related charging infrastructure for use at the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC). According to Proterra, the all-electric vehicles will replace the airport s older CNG buses.

        San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said that these electric buses can help significantly reduce costs and greenhouse-gas emissions and represent a step toward our aspiration that an electric engine power every shuttle and bus on San Jose streets: