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Ohio DERG 2016 Projects Finally Move Forward Following Long-Awaited Federal Action

(Columbus)—The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced last week that several vehicle replacement projects funded with federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funding have received the go-ahead. These include 24 Ohio projects funded under the Diesel Emission Reduction Grant (DERG) program. The projects had been held up by an administrative snafu in Washington, DC based on a federal transportation rule that requires 100% domestic steel content that is intended to apply to bridges and highways. “Ohio DERG-funded projects approved in 2016 have been held up for about a year and a half by the feds,” said Sam Spofforth, Clean Fuels Ohio Executive Director. “Now, thanks to our

FREE Training: Safety Training and Guidance for Gaseous Fuels Garage Facilities

Clean Fuels Ohio is working with Marathon Technical Services to bring gaseous fuels training courses to Ohio in June and around the country for the remainder of 2018. The courses will focus on safety training and guidance related to maintenance and garage facility upgrades and building modifications that will support the use of EPACT defined natural gas, propane, and hydrogen commercially available alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs). This training is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities program. The trainings will provide hands-on education to building code officials, facility designers, fleet managers, public safety officials, and other key stakeholders abo

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