Converting vehicles over to run on compressed natural gas is one method often used to reduce fleet emissions, but are all conversions equal? Well, not exactly. Some CNG conversions retain the vehicle's factory warranty, while others do not. To ensure that modified Ford models meet vehicle warranty requirements, the automaker has designated BAF Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Clean Energy Fuels Corp., as a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) for CNG conversions.
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The city of Glendale, CA operates a fleet of compressed natural gas-fueled vehicles and now those vehicles will have access to a new fueling station. Clean Energy Fuels will be building a new CNG station that will also be accessible to the public (anyone wish they had a CNG Camry now?). Glendale operates transit buses, shuttle buses, garbage trucks and other municipal vehicles on compressed natural gas. Clean Energy has a 10 year contract to operate the station, which will be located near the Bo
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