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I am on a road trip from Fl to Mi. I noticed many UPS semis using, I presume, lng fuel.
The tanks looked like diesel tanks but clean and had pressure gauges. I am aware that ng tanks come in varied forms. Now I see that UPS is ordering more cabs with utilizing CNG. Is there anyone that can give me more insight on how close UPS and CLNE are in this transition?
I have always believed in the natural gas story. That belief has given me false hope. Could it be that " Godot" is really on his way?

Is that why CLNE is starting to move or is it another false start?


any info will help,

Thanks,

John
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