While the smaller truck companies may need a tax credit to convert the big guys are already pushing ahead full steam. The real driver remains the facilitation of refueling. This announcement by Chesapeake, which is the second-largest gas producer in the US, and GE, which has been investing in technology for gas production and transport, underscores their shared interest in increasing demand.
Can you believe how short sighted this Cantor guy is,he says it doesn't make sense to him because gas is so cheap to,what about OPEC reliance,investing in ourselves instead of sending our money to the saudia's,never mind the jobs it would create,no his excuse is irrelevant and it will catch up with him one way or another,why cause his excuse to vote no holds no viability,what a poor excuse for an American. He must be knee deep in oil or lives next door to the Bush Family.
My first thought was Iran and Cantor voting for Middle East oil. Just can't believe we have idiots like this running our country. That is why I find that article extremely interesting. Hope you watched it. Twenty cent a gallon fuel, OMG.