Compacted Natural Gas Has Become The Revolutionary Alternative Energy
It has been a decade-long controversy whether the logistics industry should seek alternative fuel energies as the gas and diesel skyrocket in Vancouver, British Columbia. The market is booming, and the economy is constantly driving all costs higher. Many trucking companies have started their search for incentives toward new fuel types that will stay sustainable and environmental-friendly. The ultimate goal is to establish a win-win situation with lower energy costs and lower emissions.
Several potentially revolutionary alternative energies have risen to the market since the search starts. Aside from natural gas was the big hit starting from the beginning, hybrid technologies, battery-electricity, autonomous vehicles, and hydrogen fuel gradually make their entrances into the market as well.
Each technology poses challenges and volatilities. While all the other options are somewhat available in the market, CNG (Compress Natural Gas) prolongs its reputation to be the vilest secondary supply of energy in 2020. Why is that? For the most obvious reason, CNG is considerably cost-effective comparing to traditional fuel such as diesel. At the same time, CNG provides more stability in availability and less price fluctuation. The main reason behind this stability is a special safeguard exists in the natural gas market that prevents the price adjustment as often as daily or weekly. Instead, the fuel prices are adjusting at a monthly range allowing the small amount of disruption to surpass the interim period without experiencing sudden rises.
The question is when CNG will adopt its way to completely replace diesel?
18 Wheels Logistics is always investing for the purpose and the social responsibility to lower emissions to create a better environment. That is why we vow to continue to service our customers with the lines of services in copacking, warehousing, trucking, and logistics.