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March 18, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Energy Commission Orders 100 Natural Gas School Buses: Part of a $100-million program to replace older California school buses with clean-burning vehicles, the buses will be delivered to the California Energy Commission by fall, 1992. Blue Bird Body Co. of Atlanta will build the bus, which will be powered by a turbocharged engine burning compressed natural gas, developed by Tecogen Inc. of Waltham, Mass.
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March 18, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Energy Commission Orders 100 Natural Gas School Buses: Part of a $100-million program to replace older California school buses with clean-burning vehicles, the buses will be delivered to the California Energy Commission by fall, 1992. Blue Bird Body Co. of Atlanta will build the bus, which will be powered by a turbocharged engine burning compressed natural gas, developed by Tecogen Inc. of Waltham, Mass.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 1991
The state's first certified compressed methane engine will power new school buses in California beginning in September, the Air Resources Board said Tuesday. The engine, built by Tecogen Inc. of Waltham, Mass., will be used in 10 new school buses in Los Angeles, San Diego and the San Francisco Bay Area, the board said.
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August 3, 1991 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a step toward eliminating smoke-belching trucks and transit buses from the road, Detroit Diesel Corp. has built the first methanol-powered engine for heavy duty vehicles that meet new, tougher California emission standards, the company said Friday.
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June 28, 1988 | From Reuters
When it is summertime, air conditioning may make the living easy but it also makes it expensive for consumers who pay the bills and electric utilities trying to cope with a huge surge in demand. One slowly emerging solution may be gas-powered air conditioners, which can be 30% to 60% cheaper to run than electric-powered models, although the initial purchase price is usually 15% to 20% higher.
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