Natural Gas Vehicle for America (NGV)
Natural Gas Vehicles for America is a national organization dedicated to the development of a growing, profitable, and sustainable market for vehicles powered by natural gas or biomethane. NGVAmerica represents more than 200 companies, environmental groups, and government organizations interested in the promotion and use of natural gas and biomethane as transportation fuels. Our member companies are those that produce, distribute, and market natural gas and biomethane across the country; manufacture and service natural gas vehicles, engines, and equipment; and operate fleets powered by clean-burning gaseous fuels.
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- Business Type:
- Professional association
- Industry Type:
- Oil, Gas & Refineries
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
To create a profitable, sustainable and growing market for compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered vehicles.
To provide clear value to membership as the national voice driving increasing commercialization of CNG and LNG as economic, clean, domestic, safe and abundant fuels for vehicles by:
- Developing and delivering credible data-driven information
- Educating fleets, consumers and the general public about the vehicle availability and benefits
- Advocating for legislative and regulatory outcomes that facilitate market development
- Collaborating with industry allies and stakeholders to accelerate the adoption of CNG and LNG vehicles
- Supporting member companies through the provision of tools, materials, information, data and other services
Why Natural Gas Vehicles?
Pure power, affordable, clean and ready now. Why wait?
World’s cleanest heavy-duty truck engine runs on Natural Gas
The newest natural gas engines with Near-Zero – or “Zero Emissions Equivalent” – technology produces 90% fewer NOx emissions than the current standard. In fact, the cleanest heavy-duty truck engine in the world is powered by natural gas. And when fueled with renewable natural gas, it has up to 115 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions than diesel counterparts well-to-wheel.
Source: U.S. EPA, California Air Resources Board, 2018