I understand that the infrastructure isn’t in place to build the engines, but perhaps the five year window will make it a reality. ?
posted on 12/12/2012 8:35:55 AM PST
Infrastructure for LNG refueling is an issue. Currently conversions to LNG for vehicles are being done mostly to fleets that operate locally (waste management trucks for example).
Recently Ford entered into an agreement with WPRT to convert to LNG usage for their F450, F550 trucks. Many intercity buses will soon be converted to LNG. LNG is cheaper and only has about 1/2 of the emissions of diesel/gas.
As refueling infrastructure grows so should the stock.
posted on 12/12/2012 8:53:30 AM PST
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