“Natural gas vehicles offer a safe complementary technology to gasoline, hybrid and electric units, and are particularly well suited to medium and heavy-duty applications,” said Jerry Norcia, president and CEO of MichCon and group president DTE Energy. “NGVs are ready for the road today with technology that operates like a gasoline vehicle, but with lower fuel costs and significantly lower emissions.”
MichCon has recently unveiled a new, four-pump CNG station, one of 13 such facilities in Michigan that are open to the public. “As you make it more convenient for people and there are more options for refuelling, it makes it a more attractive alternative,” said John Austerberry, a spokesman for DTE Energy.
Source: DTE Energy