Less than 25 Percent of Trucking Fleets Think Natural Gas Can Replace Diesel in Near Term

25% of trucking executives think natural gas could become a viable alternative to diesel in the foreseeable future.


A new survey found that fewer than 25 percent of trucking executives think natural gas could become a viable alternative to diesel in the foreseeable future, largely because of a lack of refueling infrastructure. 


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