The April issue of SPLASH! magazine has a super feature about some of the great businesses on Pensacola Beach that now use natural gas. Thank you, Vici Papajohn!
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The City of Gulf Breeze has taken a stand on doing our part to help “cut the crude” out of our country’s energy dependence on foreign oil and for about half the cost of gasoline. Since March 2012 we have placed into service: three C-2500 Chevrolet vans, two E-350 Ford vans, and two heavy duty F-250 Ford pickups, all dedicated compressed natural gas vehicles (CNG). Dedicated CNG vehicles are vehicles that only run on compressed natural gas with no other fuel tanks on board. See More
Electricity pollutes! So the less of it you use, the more you’re helping to clean up our air.
For every kilowatt hour of coal-generated electricity that the power plant generates (that’s what we have in Northwest Florida), it sends 1.5 pounds of greenhouse gas into the air.
Switch from electric to natural gas for your water heater and home heating system, and we’ll put $900.00 in your pocket. That’s more GREEN for you, for your home, and for the environment. There’s no better time than now to say, “So long, electric. Hello, GREEN!”
A great revolution is on the horizon in the way we hit the road. It’s not electric; it’s not even hybrid. It’s CNG–compressed natural gas. And it can save you BIG bucks at the pump.
There are over 10 million CNG vehicles in operation around the globe, including more than 800,000 in Europe. With only 150,000 in the U.S., we have some catching up to do.
Gulf Breeze Natural Gas is working on plans to lead the change to become the cleanest and greenest driving community on the Gulf Coast. Read on about…
Natural Gas on Wheels–Part 3. Filling up and “Philling” up with Natural Gas
99% of America’s natural gas comes from North America. It’s efficient, earth-friendly, and always there! Join the 58 million American households which already use America’s super energy.
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If you could keep nearly 3,000 pounds of CO2 (greenhouse gas) out of the air every year simply by changing ONE household appliance, would you?