progressive field

progressive field

A look at the CNG powered Chevrolet Impala

3d ago
SOURCE  

Description

For years automakers have sought clean, renewable and domestically produced fuels, that don't sacrifice performance or convenience. And now, thanks to a process called anaerobic digestion, companies like quasar in Ohio can create natural gas from a variety of common waste products and begin to answer that need. Organic byproducts from beer giant Anheuser Busch; food waste from Cleveland's Progressive Field, and biosolids from the City of Columbus's wastewater, are all converted into CNG by quasar. Currently, there are about 12-hundred CNG locations across the country. Not enough to sell exclusively CNG vehicles, outside of fleet vehicles. However, automakers like Chevrolet are now selling bi-fuel vehicles, like the new 2015 CNG Bi-Fuel Impala which will be available this Fall. To find out if there's a CNG station near you go to cngnow.com