Local interest in natural gas technology for vehicles might open new doors

Our research was recently spotlighted in the Columbia Daily Tribune. Here is an excerpt:

“The city of Columbia might be a test case for cutting-edge improvements to natural gas-powered vehicles as it prepares to bring in a compressed natural gas station and experiment with other advanced natural gas technologies… …A group of University of Missouri […]

America, Start Your Natural-Gas Engines

Credit: Douglas Fraser

Our research has been just featured in an article in the Wall Street Journal.

“Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Missouri have developed a smaller tank that allows natural gas to be stored at a much lower pressure by keeping it in a material essentially made out of corncobs turned into charcoal […]

Natural Gas Vehicle Research Roadmap

A Natural Gas Vehicle Research Roadmap Consultant Report Done by the California Energy Commission.

The California Energy Commission’s Natural Gas Vehicle Research Roadmap identifies initiatives and projects that research, develop, demonstrate, and deploy advanced fuel-efficient natural gas powered transportation technologies and fuel switching strategies that result in a cost-effective reduction of on-road and off-road petroleum […]

State Alternative Fuels Plan

State Alternative Fuels Plan by California Energy Commission

Assembly Bill 1007, (Pavley, Chapter 371, Statutes of 2005) required the California Energy Commission to prepare a state plan to increase the use of alternative fuels in California (State Alternative Fuels Plan).

The Energy Commission prepared the plan in partnership with the California Air Resources Board and […]