It’s hard to avoid the issue of gasoline prices during an election year. But in an effort to avoid gasoline altogether, some large companies are avoiding the issue altogether by cashing in on significant fuel cost savings and accelerating moves to switch over their vehicle fleets to run on compressed natural gas.
In the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas, companies like AT&T and Verizon have teamed up with Clean Energy Fuels to save roughly $1.50 to $2.00 per gallon on fuel by converting to CNG. This video features Ken Nicholson, General Manger of Clean Energy Fuels in Dallas discussing the benefits of CNG and Brent Pope, Director of Sales for BAF Technologies talking about how his company converts gasoline and diesel fueled vehicles to run on CNG.
Clean Cities TV is the educational internet TV channel of the US Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program.
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