RFS 2022 Presentations

These presentations are from the RFS 2022 held on April 26th. Ameresco Presentation – RFS 2022 Cherriots Presentation – April 2022[84] Cummins Destination Zero – NW Alliance RFS 2022 Ingevity ANG RFS Symposium April 2022 Final National Ready Mix Presentation – April, 2022 Cummins Natural Gas Engines – NW Alliance RFS 2022 Trillium and US […]

Renewable Fuels Symposium 2022

The Symposium is one week away! Are you joining us on April 26 in Portland, Oregon? Here are the details, and the schedule can be downloaded. WHAT: Renewable Fuels Symposium 2022 WHERE: Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel WHEN: April 26 from 8:30 AM to 6 PM Continental breakfast, breaks, and lunch are provided. Join us after […]

November 30: Comparative-Technologies Transportation Webinar

About this event On November 30, the NW Alliance for Clean Transportation, the Renewable Hydrogen Alliance, and BYD will co-host a webinar designed to help participants understand when it will make sense for their fleet to convert to Renewable Natural Gas (RNG), hydrogen fuel cell technology, or battery-electric technology. Each of these technologies has its […]

2022 Renewable Fuels Symposium

The NW Alliance for Clean Transportation is proud to announce the First Annual Renewable Fuels Symposium! RFS 2022 is a place for fleets and NW Alliance members to come together and learn more about the financial, operational, and environmental benefits of natural gas vehicles and renewable natural gas. The event, which will be held in […]

Transit Fleets Should Consider a Portfolio of Clean Fuels

Up and down the I-5 Corridor, transit agencies (TAs) large and small are evaluating alternatives to reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) and criteria pollutant emissions of their fleets. For a variety of reasons, many TAs are coming to the realization that they should not rely entirely on any single alternative fuel as they seek to […]

Renewable is Doable

In North America, we rely on natural gas to provide the majority of our space and process heat. It is also safe to assert that, in most cases, the next MegaWatt hour will be generated through the combustion of natural gas. For example, 80% of the heat used for food processing is derived from natural […]

How to Get Successful RNG Projects from the Starting Blocks to the Finish Line

Join the NW Alliance for Clean Transportation on Wednesday, September 9, from Noon – 1:00 PM, for the first of three September Seminars. Learn from Ameresco, DMT Clear Gas Solutions, and Live Oak Bank about what is required to take an RNG project successfully from start to finish. Ameresco has built more than 40 biogas projects, […]

A Period of Dynamic Change, Part 1

PART I of II The transportation sector has entered a period of dynamic change. For roughly a century, we have propelled ourselves with internal combustion engines that burn liquid fossil fuels. At present we are evaluating a menu of fuel choices to drive us into the future, including propane, electricity, hydrogen fuel cells, and natural […]

A Period of Dynamic Change, Part 2

PART II of II Why Natural Gas? Natural gas is a proven technology that is cost-competitive and reduces both criterion air pollutants and GHG emissions. CNG and RNG are well-suited for use in congested areas where human health is compromised due to poor air quality. This is because CNG and RNG reduce criterion air pollutants, […]