You're 100% correct. I wonder if anyone one this board knows how much it costs to fill up a 18 wheeler? 300gal @ 4.00 a gallon = $1200.00. The two biggest costs of operating a truck, fuel, and labor. ROI just keeps getting better. More orders are rolling in to Westport as we speak.
You can say it again. Running transportation on a large scale and heavy duty equipment is are dramatic ingredient in the economy, both trucks and rail. Sooner or later those extra costs show in the grocery stores. Large operators, owners operators and anybody involved see red as the gas tanks become more demanding.
did you see Cramer tonight? CLNE is building a number of stations across this country and plans to build many more. Westport was also featured on the show. They showed a F250 ford pickup with dual fuel capability. 600mile range. NatGas costs aprox. 1.50 a gallon and getting better as diesel moves higher. Payback on a class 8 is now one year.
This is the revolution I've been telling all of you about. Hang on it is only going to get better.