Monday, July 9, 2012

Regional CNG Partnership to Improve Air Quality

courtesy of Mission Health
Land of Sky Regional Council, the City of Asheville and Mission Health celebrated the delivery of new natural gas vehicles to their fleets at the newly expanded City of Asheville Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Fueling Station at 45 McCormick Place on June 27, 2012. Recently, the City of Asheville added 23 new CNG vehicles to its existing CNG fleet, and Mission Health added five vehicles, including two shuttle buses.

The CNG station expansion, the new CNG vehicles, and more than forty other alternative fuel vehicle projects across North and South Carolina, were funded in part with grants through the “Carolina Blue Skies and Green Jobs Initiative.”  More information here.

1 comment:

  1. It is of the essence to have a clean air, besides giving education to the next generation, this is something that we can pass on through generations. My vehicle maintenance software team likes this so much!