WASHINGTON--une 26, 2013: NGV Today has launched its inaugural editions, creating a publication that reflects the dynamism of natural gas vehicle markets in North America. Now available to subscribers, NGV Today is the source of timely, comprehensive, and insightful coverage of natural gas vehicle markets, government policy, fueling, fleets, technology, funding opportunities, and events.
Readers will find originally researched and brightly written feature articles based on the most reliable, in-the-know sources. An extensive list of news briefs offers a one-stop shop for news affecting the NGV stakeholder community in an easily accessible and readable format. Headlines in the first two editions of NGV Today included: the trifecta that Florida hit by enacting incentives for fleet operators who purchase natural gas fueled vehicles; UPS's bellwether purchase of 700 liquefied natural gas tractors; the new bill introduced in Congress to level the playing field on how liquefied natural gas and diesel are taxed; and an invitation to readers to participate in a semiannual survey of NGV stakeholder sentiment, expectations, and priorities.
Says NGV Today Editor-in-Chief Matt Slavin, "I've spoken with a wide range of NGV stakeholders -- natural gas producers; fuel service vendors and fueling station developers; vehicle and component manufacturers; fleet operators; natural gas utilities; federal, state and local government; and Clean Cities coalitions. One convincing message came through: The pace of change is rapid and there's a need for an all inclusive, widely circulated newsletter that grows with the market -- where NGV stakeholders can stay abreast of changes important to their work. This is why we've decided to launch NGV Today."
Subscribers will receive a new issue of NGV Today direct to their inboxes every other Monday morning. Stakeholders are invited to contact NGV Today with news they would like to see highlighted and also to sponsor this leading-edge newsletter.
About NGV Today
NGV Today is published by Sustainability Consulting Group LLC, headquartered in Washington, D.C. NGV Today Editor-in-Chief Matthew I. Slavin, Ph.D., is also president of Sustainability Consulting Group, with extensive experience in sustainable transportation and development, clean energy and environmental policy, markets, and technology.