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Intro to natural gas vehicles session in New Brunswick

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By: HazMat Staff
2014-05-29

It's natural gas 101 time in New Brunswick.

After a brief natural gas retrospective, learn about the current models, makes and engine specifications of available natural gas vehicles from medium-duty to 18-wheelers, motorization and fuel options, such as CNG vs LNG.

Fueling : Discover the current availability of public access NGV Infrastructure in Canada and the US, plus what's planned to be developed

Finding a fit for NG in your fleet:

Learn which vehicle is right for you

INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL GAS VEHICLES

Where:

Ramada Plaza Crystal Palace (499 Rue Paul, Dieppe NB E1A6S5)

When: Wednesday, June 11, 13:00 to 17:00hrs

Fee: Free

The Francophone Information Hub invites you to a workshop on medium- and heavy-duty natural gas vehicles. Come and learn how NGVs can help you green your fleet andyour bottom line. 

Case Studies:

Hear from your peers how they have successfully transitioned their fleets to NGV and gettheir feedback on critical issues such as cost, emissions, maintenance, safety, refuelling and more.

www.gowithnaturalgas.ca

Limted Space. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL ÉRIC LESSARD

AT 1-844-242-8485OR

EMAIL carrefourVGN@marcon.qc.ca



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