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TxDOT Unveils Pilot Program at Irving Clean Energy Station

Posted on the 19 November 2012 by Easytracgps @EasyTracGPS

UPDATE: Mayor Beth Van Duyne didn’t make the event but sent in this quote:
“I would like to thank and congratulate TxDOT for their efforts in using alternative fuels, including natural gas, and taking measures to reduce emissions thus helping to improve air quality,” said Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne. 

TxDOT unveils pilot program at Irving Clean Energy station

James Ramsey III of Clean Energy pumps natural gas into a TxDOT truck.

“The City of Irving is a leader in environmental stewardship, which includes an alternatively fueled fleet, solar paneled LED street lights, electric vehicle charging stations and LEED certified buildings. I look forward to the continuation of Irving’s working relationship with TxDOT and our focus on enhancing the quality of life for Irving’s residents, visitors and businesses.”

 

TxDOT unveils pilot program at Irving Clean Energy station


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