N.J. township official says converting to CNG is not yet cost-effective

08/3/2011 | Ocean City Gazette (Seaville, N.J.)

Converting trucks to compressed natural gas is not yet cost-effective for Egg Harbor Township, N.J., in the short term, according to Township Administrator Peter Miller. "Just the cost to retrofit the trucks and convert, we didn't see a payback during the life of those vehicles," Miller said. The township will consider CNG as an option going forward because a CNG fueling station is set to be installed later this year.

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Ocean City Gazette (Seaville, N.J.)