October 24, 2011

Pickens-Style Incentives for NatGas Buses?

Puneet Kollipara, Fuel Fix


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A bipartisan group of senators will seek to encourage purchases of natural-gas buses and trucks as part of an upcoming energy plan designed to reduce foreign-oil dependence, a key Democrat said today.

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TAGGED: Congress, energy subsidies, T. Boone Pickens, natural gas

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