Officials Promote Alternative Fuel
Posted: October 5, 2012 at 5:30 a.m.
“Amazingly informative” is how Kurt Moore characterized a presentation on the merits of using compressed natural gas as an alternative fuel.
At A Glance
There are three compressed natural gas fueling stations in Arkansas open to the public: one in Fort Smith, one in North Little Rock and one in Damascus, according to Kelly Volin, transportation program manager for the Arkansas Energy Office. The state has provided $470,000 in grant money to help build two additional stations, one in Little Rock and one in Conway, Volin said.
Source: Staff Report
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