At the National Odyssey kickoff event last month, Judy Moore and Bill Davis made an announcement. Both Judy and Bill are leaving the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium in the next couple of months.
Judy has accepted a position with West Virginia Hive, in order to be closer to her hometown. She will mentor and work with new and emerging businesses in WV.
Bill will retire at the beginning of June, but plans to continue to play a roll in the industry through consulting and other activities.
Quinsigamond Community College Receives Electric Vehicle Charging Station June 2012 NAFTC Consortium member Quinsigamond Community College was selected recently to become one of three Massachusetts college campus sites for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations as part of a grant from National Grid. During a special celebration at Clark University’s …Virginia McMillen Saturday, June 30th, 2012
2012 National AFV Day Odyssey Largest in History as Event Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary November 2012 Event Receives Letter of Support from U.S. Senators. More Americans than ever before participated in this year’s National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey events – a single-day outreach initiative of growing fame that introduces …Virginia McMillen Friday, November 30th, 2012
Alternative fuels have been around for decades, but have been increasing in popularity as energy security, the economy, and consumer awareness continue to grow. The goal of this article is to clear the air on the topic of energy content. Most concerned citizens may not necessarily be concerned directly with fuels’ energy content. Instead, they may be concerned about vehicle driving range and operating costs, which are most often associated with the total at the pump. However, energy content is an essential component of automotive study. Energy content was recently discussed at the Clean Cities Learning Program’s Petroleum Reduction Technologies regional pilot training in Charleston, WV.Virginia McMillen Monday, December 31st, 2012
Honda, Clean Energy Fuels Corp. Offer New Civic Natural Gas Customers $3,000 Fuel Cards December 2012 This December, American Honda Motor Company announced that it is working with Clean Energy Fuels Corporation, America’s largest owner of public compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations, and participating Honda dealers in order …Virginia McMillen Monday, December 31st, 2012