Find out more about NGVs and alternative fuels technology and policy.
California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership
The California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership is an alliance of air quality, transportation and energy agencies; vehicle and engine manufacturers; fuel providers; transit and refuse hauler associations; and others interested in supporting and increasing deployment of natural gas vehicles throughout California. The website provides additional NGV facts, general industry news and success stories.
The official Pickens Plan site promotes natural gas for transportation and provides information on vehicles, fueling and energy news.
This national trade association promoting development of the U.S. market for natural gas and hydrogen vehicles advocates for supportive federal policies, publishes a weekly newsletter and provides fact sheets and other information.
The International Association for Natural Gas Vehicles provides news and information on the industry from around the world.
Natural Gas Vehicle Technology Forum
Run by the Clean Vehicle Education Foundation and supported by the Department of Energy and the California Energy Commission, the NGVTF aims to advance natural gas vehicle and infrastructure technology and deployment.
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Organizations
Natural Gas Vehicle Institute
The Natural Gas Vehicle Institute provides training and consulting to address a full range of natural gas vehicle and fueling needs.
The nonprofit CALSTART works with the public and private sectors to develop advanced transportation technologies and help clean transportation companies succeed.
Government Policy Resources
Energy Information Administration
Statistics on and analysis of natural gas supply, production and use from the U.S. Department of Energy.
2012-2013 Investment Plan for the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program
The California Energy Commission's plan to support the development of alternative fuels and transportation technologies.
State Alternative Fuels Plan (AB 1007)
The state’s plan, prepared by the California Energy Commission and Air Resources Board, to increase the use of alternative fuels.
Port Clean-up Plans
San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan
This website details how the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach plan to dramatically reduce air pollution from trucks, ships, trains and other equipment.
Photo credits: press conference courtesy Sempra Energy Utilities;
Civic GX courtesy American Honda