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FortisBC Investing $100 Million To Support NGV Purchases, Fueling Infrastructure

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  • FortisBC Investing $100 Million To Support NGV Purchases, Fueling Infrastructure

    By NGT News on Saturday 19 May 2012


    British Columbia-based energy company FortisBC has developed an incentive program that is designed to help fleet operators purchase heavy-duty natural gas vehicles (NGVs). The company's initiative has been rolled out in connection with the provincial government's new Greenhouse Gas Reduction regulation.

    The $104.5 million in program funding includes $62 million aimed at offsetting the incremental capital cost of purchasing natural gas vehicles. Approximately $30.5 million will go toward liquefied natural gas fueling stations, and $12 million will be invested in compressed natural gas stations.

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    Re: FortisBC Investing $100 Million To Support NGV Purchases, Fueling Infrastructure

    4 Jan 2013 by Rich Piellisch - Victoria-based BC Transit is looking to buy at least 25 compressed natural gas fueled 40-foot buses. The agency is seeking to take delivery of the vehicles in the first quarter of 2014, with an option for 25 more to be delivered in the second quarter of 2015.

    http://www.fleetsandfuels.com/fuels/...eks-cng-buses/
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      Re: FortisBC Investing $100 Million To Support NGV Purchases, Fueling Infrastructure

      Two year old stuff is not "news".
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