Phillips Enegy Alt Fuel Opening


Public-Private Funded Three-Alternative Fuel Station Opens in Gloucester County
Congressman Wittman attends the Grand Opening of Phillips Energy Alternative  Fuel Station Featuring B20 Biodiesel, E85 Ethanol and Propane Autogas

Hayes, VA (October 8, 2010) – Phillips Energy, Inc., is celebrating the growth of domestically produced alternative fuels in the ...

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Virginia Biodiesel Conference – Sept 29, 2010

Fueling Virginia Jobs and Economic Development

On September 29th, Virginia Clean Cities hosted the Virginia Biodiesel Conference at JMU’s Festival Grand Ballroom. The conference utilized an open meeting style, and specifically focused on several topics including: tax credits, quality control, incentives and funding, market barriers, the debate of food vs. fuel, and legislation and policy. Attendees were able to create focus areas and ...

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Alt Fuel Station Opening – Gloucester

Friday October 8, 2010 – Friday October 8, 2010

2586 George Washington Memorial Highway, Hayes, VA

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Phillips Energy, Inc. and Virginia Clean Cities invite you to celebrate the growth of alternative fuels in Virginia at the Grand Opening of the new and open to the public Phillips Energy Fueling Station.

Friday, October 8, 2010
10:00 am

Phillips Energy, Inc.
2586 George Washington Memorial ...

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Virginia Biodiesel Buy Down Grant Fund Request for Proposals

In partnership with Virginia Clean Cities, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Quality Management Association (MARAMA) is soliciting applications from eligible parties interested in participating in the Statewide Biodiesel Buy Down under the Virginia Diesel Emission Reduction Recovery Grant. The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded funds to the Commonwealth of Virginia under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to support this program. Eligible Virginia State diesel fleets operating in the Commonwealth of Virginia interested in seeking funding to address ...

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