At first glance, the rise of electric and hybrid road vehicles appears to condemn gas to a back-seat role in the transport sector, but the emergence of so-called range extender vehicles could change that.
Range extenders are battery-powered vehicles built with an auxiliary power unit – typically a combustion engine – that extends a vehicle’s range when the battery runs out.
If powered by CNG, they could offer the gas industry a slice of the transport sector.
Dave Clarenbach, a gas turbine engineer who previously worked for Rolls-Royce,...
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