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Chevin Says Sales of Fleet Software Into Utility Sector Continue to Increase

The company says that a growing desire to gain greater visibility, reduce costs and promote compliance are all important factors behind the trend and points to new deals signed this year with Pike Electric, DC Water, Bell Canada, Washington Gas, Penn West, NESCO Equipment and more.

Photo courtesy of PG&E Currents.PG&E's new mobile gas detection system, called the Picarro Surveyor, is "1,000 times more sensitive than traditional gas leak detection equipment," according to the utility company.

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PG&E’s Mobile Surveyor Improves Gas Leak Detection

By installing new gas leak surveyors onto several fleet vehicles, PG&E is able to reduce safety risks for its crew members and its natural gas pipelines, while increasing efficiency and accuracy in detecting gas leaks.

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Reported Fatalities Related to Aerial Work Platforms Up 65%

Findings from the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) reveal that 28 fatalities worldwide involving aerial work platforms were reported in the first half of 2013.

The company currently operates 77 ROUSH CleanTech Ford E-250 propane autogas vans and will increase that number over the next year. (Photo courtesy of DIRECTV)

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DIRECTV Details Plans to Expand Propane Fleet in 2014

The company currently operates 77 ROUSH CleanTech Ford E-250 propane autogas vans and will increase that number over the next year. Low cost and accessibility of fuel; vehicle return on investment; and accessibility to high occupancy vehicle lanes are just a few of the reasons why.

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Green Fleet Conference Adds Panel on Truck Maker Green Truck Plans

The Green Fleet Conference, Oct. 1-2 in Phoenix, has added a panel discussion of truck maker representatives to discuss what they're doing to meet greenhouse gas/fuel economy regulations for 2014 and beyond, the current and future status of alternative fuels, hybrid/electric and more.

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First Utility in New Jersey to Use Local Electrical Union

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) announced it is the first utility in New Jersey to partner with a local electrical trade union to provide damage assessment and public safety resources to help speed the service restoration process following a severe storm or other major event.

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King Arthur Flour Opens Solar-Powered EV Charging Station

Norwich, VT - King Arthur Flour and Green Mountain Power (GMP) have completed a solar-powered electric vehicle (EV) charging station at King Arthur Flour’s flagship campus location.

CenterPoint Energy currently operates 1,332 alternative-fuel models in its 4,885-unit fleet. (Photo courtesy of CenterPoint Energy)

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CenterPoint Energy Commits to Greener Operations with New CNG Additions

Natural gas is taking center stage this year in CenterPoint Energy’s fleet, as the utility has placed much emphasis on even more compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles and infrastructure.

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Tampa Electric and Peoples Gas Take Top Safety Honors

Recognized by the Southeastern Electric Exchange (SEE), Tampa Electric achieved the lowest incidence rating for two consecutive quarters and was given first-place ranking for the company's first time.

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Con Edison Drops GHG Emissions 45%

In 2012, Con Edison’s direct greenhouse gas emissions decreased more than two percent from 2011, and 45 percent from baseline 2005 emissions.

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