Transition to CNG Fleet Brings Cleaner Air, Lower Costs

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Transition to CNG Fleet Brings Cleaner Air, Lower Costs

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Monday, December 7, 2015 - 3:30pm

CAMPAIGN: Environmental and Social Responsibility

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

On December 4, FCA US LLC announced that it has converted its owned-truck fleet of 179 Detroit-based parts-haulers to run on compressed natural gas (CNG) rather than traditional diesel. This transition resulted in:

    • 27% cleaner emissions, or about 16,000 fewer tons of CO2 released into the air

    • 35% savings compared to diesel costs

    • $40 million investment in the FCA US Detroit transport facility

Watch this video for more details about the largest private fleet of CNG-powered heavy-duty vehicles in the state of Michigan.

Keywords: Environment | Energy | FCA | Michigan | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | cng

CAMPAIGN: Environmental and Social Responsibility

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

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