Clean Vehicle Solutions, a New York-based company that specializes in compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle conversions and refueling infrastructure development, will be converting a handful of vans to run on CNG for Centre County, Pennsylvania's municipal fleet.
According to the Centre Daily Times, the county will be converting an initial four vans at a cost of about $100,000. The Centre Area Transportation Authority operates a CNG station in Ferguson Township, and that is where the county's new CNG vans will refuel.
The county is relying largely on grant funding to help defray the cost of these vehicle conversions – and if more funding is available, the county is planning on deploying more natural gas vehicles next year.
Read the Centre Daily Times' coverage here.