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Ford's CNG F-150 Pickup

Ford's CNG F-150 Pickup

Ford will offer the 2014 F-150 with the ability to run on compressed natural gas (CNG) or propane autogas, making Ford the only manufacturer with an available natural gas-capable half-ton pickup. Photos courtesy of Ford.

July 31, 2013

Greenkraft Facility Tour

Greenkraft Facility Tour

FleetGroup editors had a chance to tour the Greenkraft facility in Santa Ana, Calif., on Dec. 17, 2012, and learn more about the company’s operations. Photos by Chris Wolski

December 19, 2012

E-Z Pack CNG-Powered Front Loader

E-Z Pack CNG-Powered Front Loader

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February 15, 2012

Indiana DOT Propane- and CNG-Fueled Vehicles

Indiana DOT Propane- and CNG-Fueled Vehicles

The Indiana Department of Transporation (INDOT) is converting nearly 600 cargo vans and pickup trucks out of its fleet of 3,500 to be capable of running on propane. In addition, INDOT is purchasing 19 CNG-fueled yellow plow trucks. These vehicles will reduce the amount of gasoline and diesel fuel used by INDOT by 500,000 gallons each year.

June 15, 2011

Washington City, Utah CNG Fueling Station

Washington City, Utah CNG Fueling Station

Washington City, Utah used U.S. Department of Energy grant money to pay for a new CNG fueling station and CNG vehicle conversions. The City has being converting vehicles in its fleet, primarily Ford pickup trucks, and expects to save $2,330 per vehicle per year on fuel costs.

March 24, 2011

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