Like other forms of hybrid technology, CNG hybrid systems are designed to improve vehicle efficiency. In the case of the recently announced CNG hybrid buses, fuel efficiency has been increased by up to 40%. For transit fleets, this allows for both increased range and the potential combination of reduced onboard storage and bus weight.
[ add comment ] ( 92 views ) | [ 0 trackbacks ] | permalink | ( 3 / 1016 )
The Oklahoma House of Representatives recently approved House Bill 3028, creating the Oklahoma Energy Security Act. At the heart of the bill are the state's natural gas and renewable energy standards, each focused on the reduction of foreign oil consumption.
[ add comment ] ( 57 views ) | [ 0 trackbacks ] | permalink | ( 3 / 555 )
As discussed in Part 1, gas temperature plays a crucial role in successful CNG fueling. Now we will look at the affects of outdoor temperatures on CNG fills.
[ add comment ] ( 109 views ) | [ 0 trackbacks ] | permalink | ( 3 / 1030 )
When a CNG station provides an incomplete fill, there are a number of factors that may be at play, including the age and design of the compression equipment, system dispensing control algorithms and user training.
[ add comment ] ( 89 views ) | [ 0 trackbacks ] | permalink | ( 3 / 988 )
In addition to news about our fueling stations, we will cover important CNG and alternative fuel topics. We hope the page will serve as valuable resource to those hoping to learn more about CNG technology and its applications across numerous market sectors - including, but certainly not limited to: transit, refuse, public and private fleet, and public fueling.
We look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you might have about CNG fueling stations.
[ add comment ] ( 13 views ) | [ 0 trackbacks ] | permalink | ( 3 / 980 )