April 2015, Vol. 242, No. 4

Features

Road to NGVs Hopefully Paved with Good Inventions to Match Intentions

Even in the midst of an oil price crash globally, alternative fuels for transportation stimulate conversation at just about any business or public policy gathering, and increasingly natural gas has had a ringside seat for those discussions. In fact, even sustainability advocates who see zero-emission as the ultimate goal give the natural gas sector credit for creating more interest in alternative fuels, particularly among businesses. From a consumer’s perspective, the face of alternative fuel vehicles can vary quite broadly. Sleek passenger car Tesla and General Motors electric vehicles (EV) are the future of alternative fuels on the one hand while heavy-duty tractor-trailer trucks us

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