Thursday, September 25, 2014 - 13:16:03

MotorWeek Clean Cities: Asheville, NC



Our success story this week takes us to Asheville, North Carolina which has recently added 4 compressed natural gas refuse trucks to its fleet. They fuel up overnight at these time-fill posts. Working with the Land of the Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition—the city also received funding for 25 CNG pickup trucks-including this Ford F-150 used by the fire department. The city’s Chevrolet Volt extended range electric car uses solar energy to recharge at this public access station. Their fleet also includes Segways and zero emission EVs like this gem. And, residents are taking notice.

MARK STEVENS: it’s just that constant reminder which ultimately we hope will reduce the fuel consumption as well as the general public seeing what we’re doing, and that’s a good thing.

JOHN DAVIS: Asheville also uses B20 BioDiesel to fuel diesel vehicles. All told, a significant step in the green direction for Western North Carolina’s premiere city.

Posted by Douglas Ingram in General Interest - Be the first to comment - printer friendly LAN_NEWS_24


You must be logged in to make comments on this site - please log in, or if you are not registered click here to signup


© 2011-2017, Land-of-Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition