Clean Energy Fuels the CNG Revolution

Exciting news in the CNG world this week as Clean Energy and Honda are teaming up to bring natural gas vehicles to the market in our home state of Georgia. Last week, the two companies announced they will be offering a $3,000 fuel card at any of Clean Energy’s compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations for anyone who purchases a 2012 Honda Civic Natural Gas Vehicle. With CNG prices hovering around $2.30 a gasoline gallon equivalent (GGE), $3,000 dollars will provide enough CNG to drive 40,000 miles, based on Honda’s 27 miles / GGE City and 38 miles / GGE HWY fuel economy ratings.

On October 17th, Clean Energy, PS Energy and Clean Cities Atlanta opened Georgia’s 7th CNG facility, located on Whitehall Street in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Clean Energy is continuing to help fuel the CNG Revolution. The recent improvements in CNG infrastructure in Georgia, along with incentives from companies like Honda, will continue to make CNG attractive and viable.

Gas South is excited about these opportunities around Georgia and will continue to keep you informed of developments in the promising CNG Revolution. If you have any questions regarding this program or other questions on CNG in general, please comment below or email me at CNG@gas-south.com.

Does a $3,000 fuel card make purchasing a natural gas vehicle more practical for you?

Author: PJ Zonsius

PJ works for our Business and Governmental Markets department. As our resident compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquid natural gas (LNG) expert, he has been working to help develop the CNG and LNG infrastructure and market in Georgia. He is also responsible for developing new business and strategy, and is currently working on growing the Poultry and Interruptible market for Gas South. He is the current Co-Chair of Young Professional Leader (YPL) of United Way of Greater Atlanta, Board Member of the Boys and Girls Club for Cobb County and on the Cobb Community Board for Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA).

2 thoughts on “Clean Energy Fuels the CNG Revolution”

  1. Pretty remarkable how far the market for natural gas vehicles has come in such a short time. The market was just recently limited to fleet vehicles – long-haul trucks, delivery vehicles, waste-disposal trucks, public transit vehicles, and fleet cars. Very exciting times!

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