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For the Pickens Plan, and its army, to achieve their full potential should CNG conversion kits be accessible for ALL American's vehicles? Would accessible and affordable CNG conversion kits allow us to use less foreign oil, while allowing us to retain the ability to use traditional forms of fuel when we don't have access to CNG. Should we tell our legislators to support and introduce legislation that makes CNG conversion kits more accessible and affordable! Currently, the Federal EPA “certification” process for CNG conversion kits requires that each kit be certified for use on each vehicle and each model year of that vehicle. Is this appropriate? If you have insight to current CNG conversion kit technology, the justification (or lack thereof) EPA certification regulations, or the politics of these issues, please help educate us all and leave a comment or create a discussion!
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Alternative Fuel Vehicles 101
New York Times article: "Surge in Natural Gas Cars Has Utah Driving Cheaply"
Pickens Plan Legislation Tracking Group:
Write your Representative:
Write your Senator:
U.S. Government Phone & E-mail Directory:
Can you convert your vehicle?
EPA guidance for aftermarket alternative fuel converters:
IRS Qualified Alternative Fuel Motor Vehicle Credits:
Check the Price of NG Refueling Across the U.S.:
The Phill CNG Home Refueling System: