February 27, 2020 |11:00 AM PST |Duration: 1 Hr
Compressed natural gas (CNG) is most commonly used to fuel medium- and heavy-duty vehicles; however, the high cost of CNG stations is much harder for lighter vehicles to recoup. Fortunately, there is now an alternative fuel option for large, light-duty vehicles that allows more natural gas to be stored at lower pressures - it's called adsorbed natural gas (ANG).
ANG's lower-pressure storage removes the need for costly commercial CNG stations and enables safe, economic fueling at work and at home. This allows ANG to reduce energy consumption by over 50% while fueling 60% faster.
On February 27th at 11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET, Dr. Peter Barber, Manager of Business Development for ANG Automotive, will cover:
- The current landscape of alternative fuel and natural gas in the U.S.
- Operational and performance benefits of ANG
- How ANG stacks up against CNG
Business Development Manager