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On Tuesday, December 17th, we completed an upgrade to Peoples e-Account. Current e-Account users can visit peopleseaccount.com to login to the new Peoples e-Account using your existing username and password.

Peoples e-Account Mobile App: The previous e-Account mobile app is no longer available. To continue using the Peoples e-Account app, you must download the new app in Google Play or the App Store. You can then login using your existing e-Account username and password.

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What Is An Emergency?

Gas leaks, an odor of gas, damaged lines, and carbon monoxide symptoms are all considered emergencies. If you have an emergency, call our emergency hotline at 1-800-400-4271. Our personnel are ready to assist you 24/7. When in doubt, call us immediately.

If you smell gas, do not attempt to locate the leak. Instead, leave the house or building right away. Do not turn on or off any electrical switches, appliances, or lights, as an electrical charge could create a spark. When you are in a safe place, call the Peoples emergency hotline.

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Natural Gas Vehicles

The fuel availability and durability you need. The savings and efficiency you want.

Let's Talk About [Your Fleet]

Natural gas is domestically produced, and readily available which makes Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) the perfect fit for fleets, heavy duty vehicles, and other transportation needs.

Cheaper and cleaner than other fuels, natural gas can transform your fleet. Let’s talk about your needs, fueling options, and grant opportunities to see if converting to NGVs could make a world of difference for your bottom line.

READY TO TALK?

Let's talk about how converting NGVs can positively affect your bottom line.

Because natural gas is clean-burning, government grants are available for U.S. made kits.

The life-cycle costs of an NGV are lower than comparable vehicles.

Maintenance costs are equal to or less than gasoline or diesel.

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is considerably less expensive than gasoline or diesel.

Let's see how NGVs can bring performance and reliability to your fleet.

NGVs have been proven to perform better in cold weather.

They're just as powerful and achieve the same fuel economy as their traditional counterparts.

The number of CNG refueling stations continues to increase every year, and bi-fuel capabilities ensure your fleet will always be ready to go.

In some cases, grants are available to build a CNG station at your facility.

Let's talk about how NGVs are just as safe as the vehicles you're using now.

Natural gas is lighter than air, dissipates when released and has a limited range for combustion.

On-board vehicle cylinders are much more durable than gasoline tanks and meet stringent Federal Motor Vehicle Safety standards.

Across North America, public and private fleet operators are moving to NGVs because they are proven and reliable. There are about 153,000 NGVs on U.S. roads today and more than 15.2 million worldwide.

Let's clear the air about NGVs and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as a fuel source.

NGVs produce 22% less greenhouse gases than diesel vehicles and 29% less than comparable gasoline vehicles.

The technology now exists to create Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) from landfills and other sources.

RNG vehicles further reduce NOx emissions by 90% and CO2 emissions by 40% compared to gasoline and diesel vehicles.

Explore NGV Fueling Stations

Public CNG fueling stations are readily available throughout Western PA. On-site fueling stations, with the help of generous grants, may also be a practical option for many businesses.

Talk With An Expert

William Sapon - Clean Energy & Transportation Advisor

William has been in the natural gas industry for over 5 years. He loves that Natural Gas Vehicles fit the triple bottom line: They support people, they're sustainable, and they're economical. We can help plan your transition through acquisition/conversion cost projections, feasibility studies, fueling station accessibility, and life cycle costing.

Could NGVs work for your business? Call William or fill out the form below to request information.

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