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Steuben County to Study Switching to Natural Gas Vehicles

June 17, 2013

Steuben County in New York is expected to conduct a natural gas vehicle feasibility study in July. The study — through the state Energy Research and Development Authority — would look at the cost-effectiveness of retrofitting vehicles and putting up natural gas fueling stations, according to the Star Gazette.

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