Mitigating the Long Recession; and CNG Vehicle Restrictions
In this week’s episode of R-Squared Energy TV, I answer two viewer questions. The first question is whether I believe that nuclear energy or hydraulic fracturing will offset the impacts of my “Long Recession” scenario. The second is about the EPA licensing requirements for compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles, and whether the EPA might relax those restrictions.
To answer the second question, I consulted with Marc Rauch at The Auto Channel, who first tipped me off to the expensive EPA licensing requirements. See Behind the Costs of CNG Conversions for additional details.
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Link to Original Article: The Long Recession and CNG Vehicles