The company, which operates throughout the U.S. and Canada, will deploy its LNG-powered trucks to deliver raw materials to Owens Corning shingle production plant in Irving, Texas. Dillon is also an active member of the EPA’s voluntary alliance of freight industry organizations that establishes incentives for fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas reductions.
According to Clean Energy’s chief marketing officer James Harger, the transitioning of commercial fleets to a greener fuel is due to the availability of new class-8, 2010 EPA-compliant natural gas trucks from several major manufacturers. “We commend Dillon Transport for its leadership role in this rapidly-growing movement,” he added. Hotels in Uzbekistan
Source: Clean Energy Fuels