Alternative Fuel Vehicle Data

Supplier Data (includes manufactured and converted vehicles)

About Compressed Natural Gas

Compressed Natural Gas is clean-burning, domestically produced, relatively low priced as a transportation fuel, and widely available. In AFVs, CNG is stored in cylinders at a pressure of 3,000 to 3,600 pounds per square inch. A CNG-powered vehicle gets about the same fuel economy as a conventional gasoline vehicle on a GGE basis. CNG is used in light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles.

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Yearly Totals 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Number of Vehicles  Total Vehicles 7,752 3,304 3,128 2,487 4,440 3,770 4,973 5,674 7,672 9,454 6,662

Note: Prior to 2004, data on the supply of gasoline-electric hybrids and diesel-electric hybrids were included in the Electric fuel type category.

Vehicle Type 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Buses
(School Buses)

  Number of Vehicles  Total Vehicles:
  253   250   161   324   194   176   526   452   274   398   218
Buses
(Transit Buses)

  Number of Vehicles  Total Vehicles:
  955   952   791   646   1,168   1,416   1,275   992   1,161   1,545   1,458
Other Trucks
  Number of Vehicles  Total Vehicles:
  314   129   167   374   747   954   1,352   1,674   2,663   3,044   3,264
Pickup Trucks
  Number of Vehicles  Total Vehicles:
  2,759   28   18  --   70   142   125   134   318   2,196   1,426
Pickup Trucks
(Pickups < 8500 lbs)

  Number of Vehicles  Total Vehicles:
  788   1,053   1,022   4   1   30   40   25   14   9   229
Vans
(Passenger/Cargo 8501-10000 lbs)

  Number of Vehicles  Total Vehicles:
  797   23   22   9   68   664   690   1,060   354   1   67

Note: Prior to 2004, data on the supply of gasoline-electric hybrids and diesel-electric hybrids were included in the Electric fuel type category.



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Release date: April 8, 2013
Next release date: April 2014