Archive for ‘CNG Vehicles’
It’s always good to see funding toward natural gas vehicles coming down from the state government level. We’d just like to see more states open to the idea!
From US Gas Vehicles:
December 22, 2011. Governor Matt Mead’s proposed budget includes $1 million to convert several University of Wyoming vehicles to run on compressed natural …Read more →
It’s great to see a major push for natural gas vehicles from the Governors of Colorado, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Wyoming. Hopefully, this will help encourage more Governors and policy makers to push for natural gas vehicles throughout the country.
From The Huffington Post:
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The governors of Colorado, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Wyoming are …Read more →
The leaves are in full fall colors mode here in the Seattle area, which makes for a nice striking background to our World CNG Escape. We’ve been very busy converting Ford Escapes and shipping them out, as you can see here:
But for now, please enjoy more photos with our gorgeous fall colors:…Read more →
Finance CNG vehicle conversion on new or used
World CNG is excited to announce a financing program which allows retail or business customers when purchasing a CNG vehicle to roll nearly the entire the cost of the conversion upfit into the total vehicle price. In the past, most customers have had major issues with lenders …Read more →
Now available from World CNG is a brand new 3-tank configuration for the 2009-2011 Chevrolet Impala, increasing CNG capacity to 13.8 GGE. Each of the 1, 2, and 3-tank configurations are available to suit customer needs. World CNG installation systems are designed such that no matter which tank variation you choose, absolutely everything required for …Read more →
New CNG vehicles represent the first steps toward wide use of CNG in Chicago area taxicabs
CHICAGO, Illinois, August 23, 2011 – World CNG, a Kent, Washington based company that specializes in alternative fuel packaging and applications, delivered 20 CNG Impala taxicabs to Yellow Cab Chicago, which put them fully into service. The CNG Impalas …Read more →
By all means, this is quite the bold statement promoting the use of alternative fuels. This definitely helps the industry as a whole and hopefully with also help change the hearts and minds of other politicians who have a say in local and national energy policy.
From Autoblog Green:
In a bold and sort of …Read more →
Always great to hear about natural gas trucks on the road. Make sure to pay attention to the tidbits about Washington State at the end!
From NGV Global:
Third of fleet powered by “trash gas” (biomethane)
Waste Management (WM) has grown its natural gas powered truck fleet to 1000, making it the largest owner and …Read more →
It’s always great to see more and more businesses realize both the helpful environmental impact and the financial impact of moving toward cleaner fuels. We’re happy to be helping Clean Cities and Clean Fleets get cars on the road!
From Green Fleet:
WASHINGTON – U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced that six new corporate partners …Read more →