Getting Natural Gas Vehicles on the Road

Clean-running natural gas vehicles (NGVs)—a proven technology in use worldwide—can help California reduce greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and petroleum dependence now.

The California NGV Coalition works to get more NGVs on the road—moving goods and people, picking up trash and easing commutes; to support a hydrogen-compatible station network; and to spur development of renewable natural gas.
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Renewable Natural Gas: A Model Alternative

Renewable natural gas, also known as biomethane or biogas, delivers a double benefit: its production prevents pollution by using landfill methane that would otherwise be burned off or agricultural waste that would otherwise end up in our air, water and fields, and its use in vehicles cuts pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions from transportation. In fact, compressed natural gas made from landfill gas is the lowest-carbon fuel available. Learn more >

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