Monthly Archives: September 2011

The EPA and CNG Conversions: A Brief History

CNG (compressed natural gas) conversions in the U.S. are very small compared to other countries in the world, we have over 300,000,000 vehicles in the United States but only around 120,000 vehicles have been converted to CNG. The first wave … Continue reading

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CNG Conversions and the Regulation Hammer

Is the CNG Conversion industry being hit too hard by the Regulation Hammer? One of the biggest concerns people have about converting to natural gas is the cost and the legality of the conversion. The cost varies depending on the … Continue reading

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