NeuFuel™ Vehicle Solution

NeuFuel-Compatible Vehicles

While we continue to collaborate with OEMs to adapt NeuFuel™ technology on additional light-duty vehicle platforms, our technology is currently certified on the following vehicles:

Growing NeuFuel Adoption

Pennslvania-Based Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant

Ingevity’s grant proposal was supported by a majority of the state’s natural gas utilities, including Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania, National Fuel Gas, Peoples Natural Gas, Philadelphia Gas Works and UGI Corporation, as well as commercial partners such as Range Resources, Bloxdorf Contracting, Gateway Engineers and In City Farms. Representing the first use of ANG technology in the state, the AFIG award will cover half of the incremental cost to equip 28 Ford Super Duty F-250 trucks and Ford Transit vans with ANG technology and install complementary low-pressure fueling appliances for participants, as well as costs associated with data collection and analysis. Participating fleets will cover the remaining 50% of the ANG vehicle upfit and fueling appliance costs.

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City of Orlando

The City of Orlando has converted hundreds of municipal fleet vehicles to alternative fuel sources since launching its Green Works Orlando initiative in 2007, and is already equipped with natural gas fueling stations. The City of Orlando has committed to running its fleet on 100% renewable resources by 2030.

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Ozinga Energy

Ozinga is a fourth-generation family-owned American business in the construction materials and logistics industry that delivers concrete, aggregate materials and energy solutions in multiple states through a fleet of barges, boats, rail, and the iconic red and white striped concrete mixers. The company provides public-access CNG fueling for heavy-duty trucks at six stations throughout Illinois and California.

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Headquartered in Los Angeles, SoCalGas is the largest natural gas distribution utility in the United States. SoCalGas delivers affordable, reliable, clean and increasingly renewable natural gas service to 21.8 million customers across Central and Southern California, where more than 90% of residents use natural gas. Natural gas delivered through the company’s pipelines also plays a key role in providing electricity to Californians— about 45% of electric power generated in the state comes from gas-fired power plants.

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