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NATSO’s President and Board Chairman Welcome Members to NATSO Connect

NATSO’s President and Board Chairman Welcome Members to NATSO Connect

NATSO Chairman Bob Bolduc and NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings welcomed members of the truckstop and travel plaza industry at NATSO Connect 2022. More

NATSO Connect 2022 Kicks Off in Orlando

NATSO Connect 2022 Kicks Off in Orlando

NATSO kicks off NATSO Connect in Orlando, Fla., tomorrow with hundreds of the nation’s truckstops, travel plazas, fuel retailers and their industry partners gathering here for three days of professional connection, networking and education. More

Infrastructure Bill Provides EV Charging Funding Opportunities for Truckstop and Travel Plaza Operators

Infrastructure Bill Provides EV Charging Funding Opportunities for Truckstop and Travel Plaza Operators

Lawmakers are taking steps to advance electric vehicle technology, and the recently passed bipartisan infrastructure bill has allotted funds to install EV charging infrastructure. The new legislation directs state and local governments that receive money from the Department of Transportation to partner with industry stake-holders, including truckstop and travel plaza operators. More

Biden Administration Unveils $5 Billion in EV Charging Funds Under Infrastructure Law

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NATSO Encourages EPA to Use the RFS to Meet Climate Goals

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Meet ExxonMobil Synergy Diesel Efficient, Title Sponsor for NATSO Connect 2022

Meet ExxonMobil Synergy Diesel Efficient, Title Sponsor for NATSO Connect 2022

NATSO's podcast sat down with Austin Johanson, Commercial Sales and Marketing Director, ExxonMobil to learn more about ExxonMobil Synergy Diesel Efficient. More

Fuel Retailers Best Suited to Eliminate EV Range Anxiety

NATSO on Jan. 28 said harnessing the existing nationwide network of established refueling locations is the fastest, most cost-effective way to eliminate EV range anxiety in comments filed with the Biden Administration. Responding to a request for information from the Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, NATSO urged U.S. DOT to work with consumer behaviors rather than against them as electric vehicle drivers will expect a seamless and predictable fueling experience not unlike what drivers of gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles experience today. The comments were filed to inform the development of guidance for state DOTs as they deploy funds from the National Electric Vehicle Formula Program and the Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Program enacted under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.  More

Grant Opportunities Available for Electric Vehicle Charging

Grant Opportunities Available for Electric Vehicle Charging

The bipartisan Infrastructure investment and Jobs Acts enacted in late 2021 includes two different grant programs for electric vehicle charging and other alternative fuel infrastructure (natural gas, hydrogen and propane). Most of the $7.5 billion available is expected to go toward EV charging stations. Any business interested in learning more about these grant opportunities should contact its state department of transportation as soon as possible to express interest and get a sense of how the department intends to distribute the grant dollars.    More

NATSO Chairman to Serve on Pride Board of Directors

NATSO Chairman to Serve on Pride Board of Directors

Robert "Bob" Bolduc, who currently serves as NATSO Chairman of the Board, will serve on the Pride Board of Directors. More

NATSO Mourns Industry Icon Jack Cardwell

A legend in the truckstop industry, Cardwell is credited with developing one of the first truck stop chains and establishing what serves to this day as the modern-day model for a truck stop.  More

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