The moves come in advance of a related grant program, the release from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection stated.
Act 13 of 2012 authorized the department to develop and implement a Natural Gas Energy Development Program for up to $20 million in grants over three years, according to the release.
The purpose is to help pay for incremental purchases and conversion costs for natural gas fleet vehicles, the release stated.
Interested parties can sign up to be notified when grant information becomes available, according to the department’s website.
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