CNG is growing and it is good for the world and the USA. We just need to move it further into the scope of business and more importantly pleasure. Plus we need to get it in the pleasure craft on our lakes and rivers as well. That will be greatest impact since fuel on the sea is very expensive and. Not the most economical either.
I hope as the technology improves with the tanks and locations on vehicles these things will happen. The fishing industry alone would profit immensely.
Public transportation across the United States has been utilizing alternative fuel vehicles for decades, employing buses that run on either compressed natural gas (CNG) or a liquefied natural gas (LNG) to alleviate the burden of high fuel emissions from conventional gasoline and diesel vehicles. And according to the industry group NGV Global, there are more than 16.7 million natural-gas vehicles on the road worldwide at the end of 2012. In the United States however, using natural gas cars has been slow to catch on. Natural gas vehicles (NGVs) are, for one thing, still much pricier than gasoline powered vehicles, or even hybrids. But when taking into account the many benefits they offer for both drivers and the environment, an interest in NGVs in one we can all afford to develop.
Like any alternative method, it’s wise to take some considerations into account before implementing CNG or LNG into your fueling…
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