By Stuart Weidie
A misguided strategy to create demand for natural gas in North Carolina is turning into legislation that robs our state of a balanced market for alternative fuels.
Last week the state Senate Energy Legislative Research Commission unveiled a plan that would force all public school buses to run on compressed natural gas, or CNG, and would also force the state Department of Transportation to convert half of its pickup truck fleet to CNG. The plan completely excludes propane autogas, our nation’s most widely used alternative fuel.
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