Welcome to NGVAmerica!

  • vehicles for consumers
  • vehicles for fleets
  • high horsepower vehicles

NGVA is the national trade association dedicated to the development of a growing and sustainable market for vehicles powered by natural gas or biomethane.

Consumers have more options than ever before to drive a clean-burning natural gas vehicle that provides substantial savings at the pump.

Fleets across the country depend on NGVs to deliver goods and services to customers. This technology is lowering operating costs and improving the economy.

High horsepower means rail, marine, and off-road vehicles. This emerging, high fuel-use market benefits from the positive economic and environmental aspects of natural gas.

NGVA is a national trade association dedicated to the development of a growing and sustainable market for vehicles powered by natural gas or biomethane.

Industry News

  • Heavy-duty vehicles are the fastest growing segment of U.S. transportation in terms of energy use and emissions. Today’s just-in-time delivery expectation and expanding goods movement industry ensure the number of trucks on our roads won’t decline anytime soon. That’s good news for the freight transport industry and the positive economic activity that goes along with increased trucking.
  • "Natural gas is ready right now, it’s available, and it should be part of that overall equation when any fleet operator or transit company looks to deliver goods," says Dan Gage, president of Natural Gas Vehicles for America, talking with TT's Joe Howard. Watch our full interview with Gage here, part of our Nov. 17 LiveOnWeb program, "Powering the Trucks of Tomorrow." See the full program at bit.ly/TT-LOW1117. (Joseph Terry/Transport Topics)
  • Fill ’er up, or plug ’er in?
    Fleets have choices on how to power their vehicles these days – traditional diesel, natural gas, or, increasingly, electric.
    Our Nov. 17 LiveOnWeb program took a look at fuel efficiency and cost-savings gains that cleaner-running diesel and natural gas promise, as well as the intriguing potential that electric offers, even for Class 8 trucks.

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