PITTSBURGH — Giant Eagle here has received $900,000 to purchase 10 compressed natural gas-powered vehicles and install a public compressed natural gas refueling station, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The funding is part of an $8 million investment in 20 projects announced by Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell on April 7 that are designed to advance the alternative fuels industry in the state. "The Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant projects promote cleaner transportation through the ...

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