New TUG Website Goes Online.
A new web page tells about the Natural Gas Transit (and school bus) Users Group and summarizes the benefits
of natural gas buses.
For more click
TUG Fact Sheet Available
The Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy
Laboratory (NREL) recently published a fact sheet on TUG,
the Natural Gas Transit (and school bus) Users Group, providing information
and assistance to transit agencies operating or considering
acquisition of natural gas transit buses. The fact sheet,
called “Assisting Transit Agencies with Natural
Gas Bus Technologies,” can be found here.
|Natural Gas Transit (and school bus) Users Group (TUG)|
The TUG, which includes transit and school bus staff from small, medium and large fleets across the country, is managed by CVEF under U.S. DOE contract.
TUG sends out quarterly electronic newsletters, hosts webcasts on subjects of interest to its members, and facilitates the exchange of information among natural gas bus users.
Other than CVEF and US DOE staff, TUG membership and meeting attendance is limited to transit and school bus staff. While vendors are occasionally given agenda time to update TUG members concerning ongoing research, deployment and/or demonstration programs, these opportunities are by invitation only. This DOE policy is endorsed by the TUG membership as it fosters open communications among members.
For more information about the TUG, please contact John Dimmick @ JDimmick@cleanvehicle.org or 262-549-1894.