Clean Energy Sees NGV Numbers Climb in 2013

Nat­ur­al gas vehi­cles are tak­ing off with sev­er­al fleets. that its cus­tomers ordered 70% more nat­ur­al gas-pow­ered vehi­cles in the first nine months of 2013 from the same peri­od last year. “Look­ing back at 2013, the pro­nounced trend toward nat­ur­al gas as a trans­porta­tion fuel is clear,” said Clean Ener­gy CEO Andrew Lit­tle­fair.

The nat­ur­al gas fuel­ing sta­tion infra­struc­ture com­pa­ny said experts fore­cast 2,400 Cum­mins West­port nat­ur­al-gas engines will be pro­duced this year, and pro­duc­tion will rise to 10,000 in 2014. The num­bers are expect­ed to increase by experts as more com­mer­cial NGVs come to mar­ket along with light-duty cars and trucks from OEMs.

Lit­tle­fair said that 2013 also saw a lot of promise in devel­op­ments for nat­ur­al-gas use in the rail and mar­itime indus­try. Clean Ener­gy will con­tin­ue to sup­port those seg­ments.



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