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Compressed Natural Gas

Whether it’s reducing reliance on traditional fuels or cutting harmful emissions, public agencies are meeting their sustainability goals through various methods.

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What’s the Future for CNG?

Years of low gasoline prices have caused a perceived shift away from compressed natural gas. How has this shift changed the way fleets plan for the future?

Ind. City Unveils CNG Patrol Cars

Each vehicle is equipped with bi-fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) systems, capable of carrying 8.5 gasoline gallon equivalents (GGEs) of CNG as well as regular gasoline.

Ariz. City Adds CNG Station for Refuse Trucks

The City of Tempe, Ariz., has built a compressed natural gas (CNG) station on its Public Works facility for its 11 CNG refuse trucks. Fleet Manager Kevin Devery said the city expects annual savings of $5,000 per truck.

Ore. County Tests In-Vehicle CNG Compressor

For the past year, the Deschutes County (Ore.) Road Department has been testing a new way to green its fleet. The fleet has partnered with a local technology company to install an in-vehicle natural gas compressor.

A Case Study in CNG: What Not to Do

While CNG can be a cost-efficient alternative fuel, it's also an expensive investment that needs to be implemented correctly. Here, a fleet manager discusses lessons learned from mistakes made with a real CNG fleet implementation and the expensive results of the these mistakes.