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Pennsylvania Senator Wants State to Conduct Natural Gas Fleet Conversion Study

April 07, 2013

Pennsylvania State Senator Timothy Solobay has introduced a resolution, SR38, in the Pennsylvania Senate to direct the State’s Department of General Services to conduct a study to determine the costs and feasibility of converting the State’s fleet to operate on compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas.

The Senator originally introduced a similar resolution, SR166, in 2011 and 2012. It stated that converting the State’s fleet to operate on natural gas would encourage broader use of the fuel, including changes to infrastructure.

The Pennsylvania State Senate has not yet voted on this resolution.

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