Vehicles powered by renewable natural gas (RNG) and green energy are helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and dependence on petroleum-based fuels in California, across our nation, and around the world.
The California Renewable Transportation Alliance (CRTA) is working hard to get more trucks powered by RNG and renewable fuels deployed moving goods, transporting passengers and picking up refuse. Formerly known as the California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition (CNGVC), CRTA works with decision-makers at every level of government to strategize on how best to meet the needs of all fleet types while supporting a robust fueling station network and spurring the development and use of renewable transportation alternatives.
AB 377 will further improve career technical education (CTE) delivery and program options in California.
AB 1012 will require CARB to include a lifecycle analysis into the consideration of future mobile source regulations.
CRTA President Nicole Rice delivered remarks during public comment.
We strongly urge CARB to pursue a “do-no-harm” approach for biomethane as it considers revisions to the LCFS.