You conducted a feasibility study, calculated your ROI and even applied for federal and state funding to help with the conversion. Now you just have to commission the design for the station and build, right? Wrong. There’s more to it than you think.
If you get too far into your CNG conversion before considering and accommodating these issues, your project could be delayed, come to a complete halt or even crash and burn.
Read the full Cover Story article, discussing how to make fleet maintenance facilities compliant for CNG.
City Furniture, the Tamarac, Fla.-based furniture chain, is converting all 85 delivery trucks to CNG, becoming one of the first mid-sized private companies in the state to do so.
The Go Natural CNG facility is 35,000 square feet on 4 acres and includes 19 bays for small to mid sized vehicle, and 10 large bus / long haul truck sized bays. Formally SNO-Motion Solutions the Go...
Early sales numbers show that the public isn't readily adopting the F-150 compressed natural gas conversion vehicles. But, Ford officials say they aren't worried.