Kentucky

Kentucky is known for natural horsepower.

Now, residents of the Bluegrass State can help all of America get cleaner, cheaper fuel to power our vehicles.​​​​​​​​​​

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Incentives

  • Alternative Fuel Production Tax Incentives
  • Alternative Fuel Research, Development, and Promotion
  • Alternative Fuel and Vehicle Promotion
  • Natural Gas Infrastructure Technical Assistance
  • Low Emission Vehicle Electricity Rate Incentive - Louisville Gas & Electric

Source: U.S. Dept. of Energy

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News

Waste Management Introduces Fleet of CNG Trucks in Louisville

Waste Management has launched a new local fleet of 25 clean-burning CNG trucks and unveiled Louisville's first public-access, 24-hour compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station.

Louisville's First Compressed Natural Gas Station

Louisville’s first Compressed Natural Gas, or CNG, station will be unveiled Wednesday near the city’s international airport and officials are encouraging both businesses and individuals to make the switch to the cleaner fuel alternative.

Gov. Fallin, State Leaders to Visit Detroit to Pitch CNG Vehicle Initiative to U.S. Automakers

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, Oklahoma Secretary of Energy Michael Ming, and Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce Dave Lopez will visit Detroit on Monday to pitch a multi-state, bi-partisan compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle initiative to U.S. auto manufacturers.

Official Grand Opening for New Westport Facility

Westport Innovations, the supplier of Ford’s bi-fuel compressed-natural-gas program, recently announced that its new integration facility, right across the street from Ford's Kentucky Truck Plant outside Louisville, is now officially open.

Governor Fallin Leads 13 States to Partner with Auto Manufactures to Develop Affordable CNG Vehicles

Governor Mary Fallin today joined governors from 13 states in inviting auto manufacturers in the United States to partner in making more affordable Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles available to both state automobile fleets and private sector consumers.