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400 propane school buses ordered for Omaha, Nebraska

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The Metropolitan Omaha Education Consortium and Student Transportation, Inc., (STI) With more than 17 million vehicles on the road worldwide, propane autogas is the third most commonly used transportation fuel, behind gasoline and diesel. STI) are collaborating to deploy more than 400 Blue Bird Propane-Powered Vision school buses.

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Tenaska launching natural gas transportation fuels business

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Clark is the former president of the Metropolitan Utilities District (MUD) in Omaha, Neb., Clark also oversaw the fuel conversion of a fleet of 200 vehicles from gasoline and diesel fuel to CNG and the development of the infrastructure required to support it, including several public fueling stations.

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UPS makes largest purchase of renewable natural gas yet in the US: 170M gallon equivalents over 7 years

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Omaha, Neb.; According to Clean Energy, Redeem RNG yields at least a 70% reduction1 in lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions when compared to conventional diesel or gasoline. UPS fueling stations in Albuquerque, N.M.; Atlanta, Ga.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Commerce City, Colo.; El Paso, Texas; Fort Worth, Texas; Kansas City, Kan.; Orleans, La.;

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Why Warren Buffett is investing in electric car company BYD - Apr. 13, 2009

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The car came straight to Omaha from the Detroit auto show. MidAmericans David Sokol, BYDs Wang, and company advisor Li Lu flew with Sokol from Detroit to Omaha so that Wang could meet Buffett in person. BYD has also begun selling a plug-in electric car with a backup gasoline engine, a move putting it ahead of GM, Nissan, and Toyota.

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More Electric Cars in Las Vegas with Stan Hanel's Story on the RAR'ster. with EVJerr Back to Webblogging, Sunday, 13 September 2009

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The last time a production model of an electric car had traveled from coast to coast was in 1998, when an EV-1 made the journey without consuming an ounce of gasoline. Mr. Moore made available his Papillion home’s historic dryer outlet as a recharging site when the roadtrip reached the vicinity of Omaha, Nebraska.