Results: 27 for tag "CNG fleet"
Due to their low purchase and running costs, two-wheelers of all sorts remain the most popular vehicles sold in India today. To make them even more affordable to own, a government-backed conversion program is...more http://gazeo.com/up-to-date/n…-conquer-India,news,9451.html
Romania's first ever CNG station has been launched in the city of Râmnicu Vâlcea. The 3,2 million euro investment included not only the construction of the outlet, but also the purchase of 20 buses...more http://gazeo.com/up-to-date/n…st-CNG-station,news,9087.html
Manhattan Beer Distributors, a beer distributor from... Manhattan (duh!) has bought 35 CNG-powered semi-truck tractors for its fleet. All of them are examples of the Volvo VNM 200 model, chosen for its...more http://gazeo.com/up-to-date/n…ces-CNG-trucks,news,9021.html
Diesel-powered taxis are no longer welcome in India's capital as per Supreme Court verdict. Cab operators are quick with their response – taxi company Ola has already expanded its fleet of vehicles...more http://gazeo.com/up-to-date/n…g-to-New-Delhi,news,8891.html
Apparently LPG autogas is not the only alternative gaseous fuel North American school districts ar efalling in love with. The first four units of Collins Bus Corporation's Nexbus CNG Type A, powered with...more http://gazeo.com/up-to-date/n…ral-as-it-gets,news,8883.html
While fighting fire with CNG may be a bad idea in the literal sense, powering a fire truck with compressed natural gas is actually a great one. Two Iveco-Daily-based vehicles have entered service in the...more http://gazeo.com/up-to-date/n…re-with...-CNG,news,8859.html
You wouldn't expect snow ploughs running on CNG in Ireland, now would you? If not, you'd be right not to, because this is about Dublin, Ohio, US, not the Irish capital. Anyway, four new vehicles are...more http://gazeo.com/up-to-date/n…ughs-in-Dublin,news,8814.html