In an effort to reduce fuel costs for specific companies, The PS Energy Group is providing a supply of cleaner, cheaper alternative gas for fleets and vehicles by working with Clean Energy Fuels Corporation.
The agreement allows Clean Energy to develop and operate compressed natural gas (CNG) facilities at PS Energy Group's Atlanta fueling stations or unattended fuel outlets. Furthermore, by fall 2011 fleets and individuals with CNG vehicles will be able to fill up any time at these computerized stations.
"By expanding the availability of compressed natural gas at PS Energy Group’s fueling stations, we encourage individuals and fleets to reduce their petroleum consumption and impact on the environment by switching to cleaner, alternative fuels," said Livia Whisenhunt, president, chief operation officer and founder of PS Energy Group.
Companies may want to explore CNG vehicle options in an effort to reduce their fuel costs and harmful emissions. Compliance training for truck drivers may help operators of older vehicles examine the benefits of a cleaner burning fuel source for their tractor-trailer.
Friday, January 11th, 2013
After completing a study on future transportation fuels, leaders from the National Petroleum Council will provide an overview of their findings during a public presentation.
Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
The Mid-West Truckers Association will hold its second annual Mid-West Truck and Trailer Show on February 1-2, 2013, in Peoria, Illinois.
Thursday, January 3rd, 2013
The Truckload Carriers Association recently released four webinars for fleet managers who want to learn about the best ways to recruit and hire military personnel with commercial drivers licenses.
Thursday, December 27th, 2012
After Alyssa Van Meter, a truck driver working for OÂ’Hare Towing, was murdered in her home, drivers in the area came together to honor her memory.