PGW UNVEILS NATURAL GAS VEHICLES, SUPPORTS EXPANSION OF PHILADELPHIA NATURAL GAS VEHICLES MARKET

(Philadelphia, Pa. – June 18, 2014) – Philadelphia Gas Works’ (PGW), along with Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary E. Christopher Abruzzo, introduced its new fleet of natural gas powered sedans, today. At the event, PGW was joined by energy and fleet operations experts, customers and leaders in the drive to develop Philadelphia’s Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) market.

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