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  • What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

    Has anyone heard of what the next option might be for all of us to be able to fill up at our own homes?

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    Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

    Phill hasn't gone Bye-Bye. It's now out of Italy - BRC picked it up.

    http://www.myphill.it/ing/

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      Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

      Any idea when they will start selling units. I have called their Southern California office twice and they have no idea when they will actually have a product.

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      • #4
        Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

        what is the number to their SoCal office?

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          Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

          GESI (http://www.cngfuelsystems.com) at 909-466-6920
          was selected as the California Master Distributor for the Phill HRA.
          I have called them and the reception lady told me that they will be servicing all of Ca.
          To get further information, she forwarded me to their lead person there who would be able to answer all my questions.. Left a message.. Still waiting.
          If anyone finds out more info, please post here.. I'd really appreciate it.
          Silver 09 GX
          Phill G:1.5

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          • #6
            Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

            www.impcotechnologies.com/fuelmaker
            Dave Clement

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            • #7
              Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

              The complete URL is http://www.impcotechnologies.com/fuelmaker.asp
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              • #8
                Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

                I'm sure this has been discussed to death here....but I have to admit, I'm at a total loss! The home refueling market is difficult at best. Where I am (northeast KY), there are NO refueling stations (public anyway.) I would LOVE to buy a used CNG vehicle. Looks like there are deals out there for used cars/trucks/vans, but....how in the world could I refuel? It seems like the local gas utility would have a refueling station at least. (?!?) IMHO, this is the fuel/technology we as a country should be moving to. Much of the infrastructure is in place, vechicles are easy converted or produced. Seems like a no-brainer....now we need the fuel!

                Rant or stream of consciousness from me here....I just wish I could jump into this game!

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                • #9
                  Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

                  I'm lucky to live in Okla where CNG is priced from $.75 to $1.39 and there are approx. 50 CNG pumps in the state. Oklahoma has tax incentives to install CNG facilities.
                  David
                  2012 Cool Mist Nat Gas Civic w/ navi

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                  • #10
                    Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

                    Does anybody out there own one of the competitor products to Phill? Fuelman, I believe.

                    In this land of competition, are there not more choices available? Hmmm.... seems like a business opportunity?

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                    • #11
                      Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

                      NatGasCar has been working on a home refueling appliance for a while. They are targeting Q4 this year. They also just got EPA certification on the Dodge trucks.
                      http://www.natgascar.com/blog/

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                      • #12
                        Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

                        I thought the company in California took over the Phil and was going to start making them. Is that not going to happen?

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                        • #13
                          Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

                          Fuelmaker is back , including new units and support , thru Impco technologies, the US branch of a company in Italy that now owns both Fuelmaker and Impco. http://www.impcotechnologies.com/phill-dealers.asp

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                          • #14
                            Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

                            My Phill was #23 since the acquisition. They show a Red BRCFuelmaker sign on the front, Mine is still green and no BRC on the sign, Maybe they are just depleting stock parts since the acquisition.
                            Silver 09 GX
                            Phill G:1.5

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                              Re: What's next for home now that Phill has gone bye bye?

                              greenline fuel corp

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