Tracker wrote:your stupid government does not have the foresight to actually encouraged us to be practical .. They can't remain focused on the big picture. Just look at the schemes they start, f.up, and then drop.
The Worldwide rise of natural gas as a vehicle fuel is not only inevitable, it is already underway.
Currently natural gas is supplied to most metropolitan homes in Australia at prices about 0.85 cents per Megajoule or about 33 cents per cubic meter.
We can guarantee the price of CNG will not change for the next 3 years and guess what?
Yes our company OES CNG have been developing and researching CNG car
conversions and home compressors for the past 8 years. We currently have a
few different compressors on the market for home re-fuelling. All you need
is a natural gas pipeline. The unit would be stored outside of your
premises for proper ventilation and comes waterproof however building an
enclosure around for safety purposes can be organised.
Most popular CNG@HOME compressor at the moment is our HRA1 which is a
6cubic meter per hour that will fill your car in 2.5 hours. This is a very
quick fill and the price is $7000 +gst. The machine is self automated, so
basically you can connect your car at night, go to sleep, once your car is
filled it will shut off and in the morning away you go. The compressor
also has safety and leak detectors and will let you know when a service is
required after about 1000 hrs of usage. We also have the capacity to build
larger compressors if you require more cars to be filled at a quicker
rate. Please let me know your needs.
There is absolutely no problem in converting an LPG car to run on CNG.
Conversion will also be dual fuel if needed, so you can still run on
unleaded petrol, until it becomes completely unaffordable in the near
future. Cost of conversion varies depending on the car, please supply the
car details. Generally you're looking at anywhere between $3,000-4000. We
do offer finance if required.
Our workshop is located in hoppers crossing, Melbourne where we carry out the
conversions and build compressors and our CNG public petrol station is in
Aspendale Gardens. We would love to open more public CNG petrol station
it's just a matter of time, however I will tell you home re-fuelling is a
much cheaper way to fill your car as the government has introduced excise
tax at petrol stations however decided against excising home use.
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