From the Ozarks to Kansas City to St. Louis, Missouri touches eight states.

Use your connections – and make some new ones – to show all of America the benefits of a cleaner, cheaper fuel.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​



  • Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit
  • Idle Reduction Weight Exemption
  • Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Emission Inspection Exemption
  • Natural Gas Technical Assistance - Laclede Gas Company
  • Natural Gas Technical Assistance - Atmos Energy

Source: U.S. Dept. of Energy

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City Approves Compressed Natural Gas Site

After a unanimous Columbia City Council vote last night, the city is on its way to becoming part of a fledgling network of compressed natural gas fueling stations sprouting up across the country.

Parkway's Yellow School Buses Going Green

A big yellow school bus is a familiar site, but now Parkway School District buses are going green.

St. Louis Refuse And Recycling Fleet Putting Several Dozen CNG-Powered Trucks Into Service

Solid waste industry leader Republic Services says it is deploying 72 compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks in its St. Louis area fleet, at a cost of approximately $25 million.

Kansas City Area Transportation Authority gets $1.4M to replace diesel buses

The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority has received a $1.4 million federal grant to replace aging diesel buses with buses powered by cleaner-burning compressed natural gas.

Compressed Natural Gas Gets New Life in St. Louis

Compressed natural gas is seeing signs of life in St. Louis, more than a decade after the alternative fuel for cars, trucks and buses made its debut here.