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NGV Fleets, Fuelers, and Manufacturers to Lobby Congress to Advance $1.00/gallon RNG Motor Fuel Tax Credit

Register Now for April DC Fly-In to Join NGVAmerica Members on Capitol Hill

Washington, DC – Registration is now open for NGVAmerica’s in-person 2023 Spring Fly-In Advocacy Days scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, April 18th and 19th.

Beginning Tuesday midday and concluding Wednesday evening, participants will be meeting with and hearing from Members of Congress, their staffs, and officials from the U.S. Departments of Energy, Transportation, and Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency.

The 2023 agenda continues to improve as more and more Members of Congress and federal regulators commit to joining NGVAmerica. The current agenda can be accessed HERE.

Legislative priorities like the $1.00/gallon Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Fuel Tax Credit, expanding natural gas refueling infrastructure, emissions regulations, and federal transit funding will be covered.

Cost is $129 for NGVAmerica members and Clean Cities partners, $179 for non-members and other guests.

Group sessions on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning will be held at the American Gas Association conference center at NGVAmerica’s Capitol Hill offices at 400 North Capitol Street, NW. Registrants will visit Congressional offices during the day on Wednesday. The two-day sessions will be capped by a networking reception Wednesday evening back at AGA.

Registration and event information can be found HERE.


NGVAmerica is a national trade association of sustainability solutionists and experts in the clean transportation field. Our roughly 200 members are dedicated to the development of a growing, profitable, and sustainable market for vehicles, ships and carriers powered by natural gas and biomethane. NGVAmerica member companies produce, distribute, and market natural gas and biomethane across North America, manufacture and service natural gas vehicles, engines, and equipment, and operate fleets powered by clean-burning gaseous fuels. Find out more at: