Four-State Deal Would Increase Number of Natural Gas-Fueled Cars

  • Scott Detrow

More on the four-state natural gas agreement Governor Corbett signed onto today, from the AP:

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The governors of Colorado, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Wyoming are teaming up to encourage U.S. automakers to develop affordable vehicles that run on natural gas, a valuable resource in each of their states.
Their plan is to start replacing thousands of vehicles in their state fleets with ones that run on natural gas, in turn driving demand for more filling stations and cars that run on alternative fuel, according to a memorandum of understanding the governors signed Wednesday.

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