Natural Gas Vehicles

Natural Gas Vehicles

Fueling fleets with compressed natural gas (CNG) has advantages. CNG vehicles:

  • Use a fuel that costs less.
  • Reduce our dependence on foreign oil.
  • Perform like petroleum-fueled vehicles but have lower exhaust emissions.
  • Run quieter than diesel-powered vehicles.
  • Have been proven on the road since the 1930s.

Interested? Here are some questions to consider.

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What vehicles are in your fleet?

Pickup trucks, passenger cars and/or vans

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Medium and/or heavy-duty trucks

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Want to learn more about CNG?

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Wisconsin businesses saving money with CNG

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