Natural Gas Daily Global Gas for Transport
Range extenders offer chance for gas in transport2 August 2017
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.
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