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Ford says interest in CNG vehicles rises with gas prices

by Jonas Dalidd (RSS feed) on Mar 31st, 2011 at 7:45AM

Right alongside increasing gas prices, demand for commercial vehicles powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) is moving on up, according to Ford. Fleet managers are finding that there is no time like the present to convert their current vehicles to run on CNG or add CNG-powered machines to their service lineup. The most obvious attraction is, of course, fuel cost savings. While current gas prices are hovering near $4 per gallon after climbing rapidly over the last few months, CNG prices are less volatile – its price per gallon equivalent was at less than $2 a gallon as of January... Read More

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