CNG is created by super compressing natural gas down to less than 1% of the volume it occupies at its standard atmospheric pressure. After extraction, CNG is stored and then distributed in hard shelled containers, built to last over 20 years at a pressure of 2,900-3,600 PSI (200-248 bar).
CNG can be used in almost any vehicle, after modification, reducing both fuel and maintenance costs. CNG is great for short haul vehicles like school busses and delivery trucks due to its condensed nature, resulting in lighter fuel storage. Using a technologically advanced Re-gasification process, we at Clean Energy Bridge are able to produce CNG at a lower cost allowing us to pass savings on to our clients.