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EPA OKs 2014 and 2015 Ford Transit Connect bi-fuel engine

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  • EPA OKs 2014 and 2015 Ford Transit Connect bi-fuel engine

    NatGasCar, LLC Company announced EPA certification for the (MY) 2014 and 2015 Ford 2.5L Transit Connect Bi-Fuel engine platform. NatGasCar is dedicated to the development and growth of alternative energy for more reliable CNG transportation.CNG vehicle conversions and parts sales will all take place at the new NatGasCar 50,000 sq. ft. facility, located (...)

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    For NGTNews by Joseph Bebon -October 30, 2017: In partnership with Chesapeake Utilities, Kent County Tourism Corp. unveiled a CNG mobile visitor center at the Air Mobility Command Museum in Kent County, Del., on Friday. The mobile visitor center is a bi-fuel Ford Transit Connect.

    Chesapeake Utilities is proud to support responsible growth and imaginative promotion of tourism in our region, said Aleida Socarras, vice president of Chesapeake Utilities. The mobile visitor center does that by inviting people to all the wonderful quaint villages of Kent County, while being fueled by environmentally friendly, domestic natural gas.