CNG gets some undeserved bad PR in Utah

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First, we are happy that four children poisoned in Orem, Utah by a faulty home-installed auto conversion to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) are doing ok. That’s good news. This media story brings out potentially damaging feelings towards an otherwise terrific clean energy fuel that is underutilized in Utah and the U.S. CNG offers Utah’s clean energy for half the price of gasoline – .89c/gal. CNG offers one of the best options for loosening the foreign oil dependency noose around America’s neck.

A suggestion for consumers seeking options for converting to CNG. Use a certified technician like those aligned with ClearFuel / Natruell ( www.myclearfuel.com ).

About the Author:

As founder of PilmerPR, John Pilmer, APR serves as a PR and marketing communications advisor for both emerging and established companies. He offers customers more than 20 years of results-driven business PR and marketing experience. John and the firm have provided PR consultation and campaigns for clients such as Mozy, Novell, AdvancedMD, Certiport, NextPage, ElectraTherm, Altiris, Avamar, EmergeCore Networks, FSLogic, INVISUS, 10x Marketing, MWI, Project Insight, REIC, Seastone, US Synthetic and Funding Universe (now Lendio), among others.

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