Did you know that one-in-five of all new transit buses in the U.S. are now being powered by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)? Here’s some more fuel for thought:
- There are more than 120,000 NGVs on U.S. roads today and more than 8.7 million worldwide
- There are approximately 1,000 NGV fueling stations in the U.S.—with over half available for public use
- More than 50 different manufacturers produce 150 models of light, medium and heavy-duty natural gas vehicles and engines. Click here for more information on available vehicles and engines.
- Natural Gas Vehicles are also referred to as Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles
- NGVs use similar engine designs, body structures, etc., than gasoline or diesel fueled cars and trucks. Their biggest difference is fuel source