Ive been a licensed contractor for 20 years. Ive had to fight up and down markets. Ive had to do remodels when new home construction was down. I had to diversify into commercial construction ten years ago to keep up work volume. Now along comes CNG and I am obsessed with the possibilities. I have a large piece of commercial property on a major throughway in the I12 corridor on the Gulf Coast that was once a car dealership. It sits vacant ready for a new purpose. I even formed a new company, DiamondBlue Resources LLC, to be ready to go. I am blatantly calling out right now for anyone who would like to see the business plan. We want to be the first in this area to offer:
-conversion contracts to any municipal fleets, with the work performed at the facility we own
-onsight installation of compression stations for these fleets to compliment their investment
-become the authority for customers or entities who don't know how to access money it takes-tax credits, grants, etc
-vehicle conversions of all types, even converting the small home generator for disaster preparedness. think about it- not too many can afford the $5-$10K backup generator, but you could have a ton of work orders converting small generators to gas-the largest majority of hurricane 'survivors' in La need to just get by until the power is back. They would be all set if they could just run a few circuits off their house gas and not worry about finding gasoline.
-home refueling installations.
-CNG equipment sales-maintenance, etc
-CNG high performance for anything from light diesel trucks to hot rods to tuners!!
I want to be part of the coming CNG wave and I'm not ashamed, I want to make a ton of money doing it.