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Wash. Governor Proposes Plan to Cut Pollution, Boost Clean Transportation

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  • Wash. Governor Proposes Plan to Cut Pollution, Boost Clean Transportation

    on 22 Dec 2014 by NGTNews
    Gov. Jay Inslee, D-Wash., recently announced a set of proposals meant to help the state of Washington curb pollution, including new programs and rules to promote cleaner transportation options. The plan also includes a carbon cap-and-trade program and more money for the state's Clean Energy Fund, among other initiatives. "We're here today to announce a plan [read more]

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    WA State roadmap for harnessing RNG - Dec 2017

    How the State of Washington will incorporate RNG and natural gas into its energy and fuel mix in the coming decades is being actively discussed. The states natural gas utilities express support for further development of RNG. Dan Kirschner, Executive Director of the Northwest Gas Association, describes the value of natural gas infrastructure as a vehicle for RNG. According to Kirschner, Natural gas makes possible the renewable power we care so deeply about. Natural gas vehicles and RNG present our region with terrific opportunities.


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      Betsy Lillian for NGTNews April 20, 2018 - A group of Pacific Northwest businesses and nonprofits recently launched the Northwest Alliance for Clean Transportation. Connor Reiten, the director of policy and operations, explains that NGV s are a ready-made solution, and we need to get the word out to businesses and policymakers that this can make a big and immediate difference.

      Alliance members include utilities Puget Sound Energy, NW Natural, Avista and FortisBC. They are joined by nonprofits Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities, the American Biogas Council and Natural Gas Vehicles for America.