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Natural gas a growing opportunity for Fargo

The City of Fargo is exploring the advantages of using natural gas in their city vehicles, which would include busses and garbage trucks. City Commissioner Mike Williams said that “It burns cleaner, it has more power and it’s cheaper.” They are currently working through several obstacles with the plan, including a lack of fueling stations in the city, which cost roughly $1 million per station. Read more from Minnesota Public Radio.

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