Convert to CNG, you may not need a new vehicle to switch to CNG.
The number and variety of factory-ready CNG* vehicles and conversion-eligible CNG vehicles is increasing.
*Compressed Natural Gas
Bi-fuel vehicles have the ability to run on either CNG or gasoline/diesel.
These bi-fuel vehicles typically retain their original gasoline/diesel tank and are retrofitted with an additional CNG tank.
Natural gas has been used in our homes for generations. Canadians use it to run water heaters, home furnaces, stoves, clothes dryers, and other appliances. As a fuel it accounts for 24 percent of our total energy consumption nationwide, all but 1 percent in residential applications. Vast global supplies are projected to last well into the next century even if natural gas replaces gasoline completely. So it should be no surprise that natural gas will remain incredibly cheap. It runs at one-half to one-third the current cost of gasoline on an energy-equivalent measure. In a properly tuned engine, natural gas combustion delivers 20 percent lower carbon emissions and about a 25 percent reduction in greenhouse gases compared with the cleanest gasoline engines, all without damaging existing catalytic converter systems. So right about now you're probably wondering: Why aren't we putting this stuff in our cars?
Well actually we are! Contact us today to obtain a free no obligation quote!