What are Alternative Fuels?
Alternative Fuels are derived from resources other than petroleum.
Most are cleaner burning, produced domestically, and often cheaper than gasoline.
Produced domestically from corn and other crops
Derived from vegetable oil and animal fats.
Made by compressing natural gas, a hydrocarbon has mixture consisting primarily of methane.
A byproduct of natural gas processing. The most popular alternative fuel available today.
Can be produced domestically from either fossil fuels or renewable resources, such as hydropower
Used as stored power in battery powered electric vehicles
VIABLE ALTERNATIVE FUELS
Liquid Propane Gas and Compressed Natural Gas are the most economically viable alternative fuels in the US. Over 90% of CNG and LPG are produced in North America, helping mitigate our dependence on foreign oil.
LPG and CNG are also the most widely available fuels with substantial existing infrastructure. These fuels have a long history of use in Public Transportation, Waste Management, Residential and Commercial Construction, Landscaping, as well as many more.
AVERAGE FUEL PRICING
CNG - $0.90 - $2.50 per gallon (equivalent)
LPG - $1.35 - $3.65 per gallon (equivalent)
Pricing will vary by region, season and market.
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right supplier to maximize your fuel cost savings
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