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Kenworth Receives Prestigious Innovation Award For Alternative Fuel Trucks

Kenworth Truck Company received the prestigious 2007 Industry Innovation Award for alternative fuel trucks at the Alternative Fuels & Vehicle National Conference and Expo held last week in Anaheim, California.


City of Dallas First in the Nation to Use NOx-Cutting Biodiesel Additive

Building on efforts to expand the use of clean and renewable energy, the City of Dallas has started running much of its fleet on biodiesel, an alternative fuel made mostly from vegetable oil.


Alternative Energy Sources for Recreational Vehicles and Modular Housing to be Developed

Coachmen Industries today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Natural Source Energy Systems Inc (NSESI) to research and develop recreational vehicles and systems-built structures that take advantage of environmentally friendly biodiesel fuel and solar power.


New Biofuels Process Promises to Meet All U.S. Transportation Needs

Purdue University chemical engineers have proposed a new environmentally friendly process for producing liquid fuels from plant matter - or biomass - potentially available from agricultural and forest waste, providing all of the fuel needed for "the entire US transportation sector.


Ford of Europe Extends Low-CO2 Model Range

Ford of Europe announced today it will step up its efforts to further reduce CO2 by adding three new flexifuel models to its range.


NC State Innovation Leads to 'Green' Technology That Can Power Jets

New biofuels technology developed by North Carolina State University engineers has the potential to turn virtually any fat source - vegetable oils, oils from animal fat and even oils from algae - into fuel to power jet airplanes.


New Biofuel Technology Takes the Guesswork Out of Driving Green

VO Tech, LLC, is rolling out the first vegetable oil conversion system for diesel cars and trucks that takes the uncertainty and guesswork out of running these engines on the renewable fuels that they were originally designed to use.


The Toro Company's Commercial Equipment "Biodiesel Ready" By 2008

Advances in alternative fuel sources continue to generate greater interest in an age of increased concern for the environment and the pursuit of economical alternatives to petroleum-based fuels.



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