New Mexico

From the snow-capped mountains of the north to the spectacular caverns of the south, New Mexico offers peace and beauty.

You don’t just have to choose between red and green – you can choose to help promote CNG to fuel our nation and the Land of Enchantment.​​​​​​​​​​

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Incentives

  • Alternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle System Manufacturing Incentive
  • Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Fueling Infrastructure Grants
  • Alternative Fuel Tax Exemption
  • Idle Reduction Weight Exemption
  • Natural Gas Fuel Rate Reduction and Infrastructure Maintenance

Source: U.S. Dept. of Energy

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News

Santa Fe to purchase natural-gas trash trucks

Santa Fe’s trash trucks are getting cleaner. City officials have ordered four new trash-collection vehicles that run on compressed natural gas instead of diesel.

Santa Fe to get nearly $2 million for new buses

The city will use the $1.92 million award to replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG (compressed natural gas) buses that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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.

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.

8 states on board with natural gas vehicle push

Eight states have now signed up in an effort to encourage U.S. automakers to develop affordable vehicles that run on natural gas.