US alternative transportation fuels industry maturing along market-niche lines

07/10/2000
The US alternative-fueled vehicle (AFV)-alternative fuels industry has undergone a number of market-related changes, beginning in the mid-1990s.In 1994, when the US Energy Information Administration published its report, Alternatives to Traditional Transportation Fuels-an Overview, LPG was the dominant alternative transportation fuel (ATF). Most of the AFVs in use were conversions of gasoline or diesel vehicles. And the parties most interested in ATFs were governments and fuel providers.Today, the new-vehicle manufacturers supply a much larger share of AFVs. Natural gas and other fuels have begun to erode LPG's dominant position. AFVs are available in greater variety than before, with...
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