As the EPA 2010 emissions standards deadline draws near, several truck manufacturers have come to market with new liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered trucks -- and for good reason: many LNG engines already comply with the 2010 regulations. Recently, Kenworth Truck Co, Peterbilt Motors Co and Sterling Truck Corp rolled out vehicles specifically designed to be fueled by LNG. LNG-powered trucks seem to be providing the right power with cleaner emissions for specific applications. To date, these vehicles have been used primarily by fleets, which means that most LNG refueling stations are located at vehicle fleet operations and are not open to the public.
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