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Lincoln PD Converts Ford Fusion to CNG

October 29, 2012

LINCOLN, NE – Lincoln’s police department is converting a Ford Fusion sedan to run on compressed natural gas. The City stated that Lincoln Composites and its partners in the project: Lincoln-based Eric's Electric; Fuel Conversion Solutions of Grain Valley, Mo.; and natural gas utility Black Hills Energy contributed labor and materials for the conversion.

The City plans to use the CNG Fusion for parking enforcement. According to the City, the conversion will save the City up to $2,000 annually.

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