Natural Gas Vehicles
Natural gas is the most environmentally acceptable and economic alternative fuel for America's cars, trucks and buses. Today, about 40,000 natural gas vehicles (NGV's) in the United States are already operating safely, cleanly, efficiently and economically.
Natural gas vehicles are a growing alternative to gasoline powered vehicles. New England Gas Company is a leading proponent of vehicles powered by natural gas. Natural gas vehicles not only reduce our dependence on imported fuels, they also reduce the amount of pollution in the air we breathe. Working with environmental groups, businesses and state agencies, New England Gas Company has helped to enact laws and tax incentives designed to put more of these vehicles on the road.
To access a helpful map showing the other compressed natural gas (CNG) stations in New England, click the link below to access the Northeast Gas Association web site:
Other NGV Links:
Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition
U.S. Alternative Fuels Data Center
Clean Cities, sponsored by U.S. Department of Energy
Northeast Alternative Vehicle Consortium
Recommended Permitting Guide for Compressed Natural Gas Refueling Stations, Fall 2000