Omaha Meals Truck runs on pure fuel

Summer is the high season for local food truck companies, and one big green food truck drives around town and differs from the rest by more than its bright color. “We have contemporary grilling,” said Parker Wyatt of Big Green Q. “We pulled pork, pulled chicken, brisket. We smoke meat bread. ”Big Green Q runs on natural gas. “A lot of food trucks run on either gas or diesel and then run all of their kitchen equipment on liquid propane,” said Wyatt. “We do all of this with (compressed natural gas).” CNG is a clean burning fuel. “The part that does it for us Program qualifies is that the fuel used is compressed natural gas, “said David Bracht. The director of the Nebraska Energy Office.Bracht said the Nebraska Energy Office helped steer the process and provide Big Green Q with a soft loan In the end, I helped Big Green Q team up with Dundee Bank The Nebraska Energy Office has programs for people who want to make their homes, businesses and cars greener. Nebraska Energy Office: http://www.neo. ne.gov/

Summer is the high season for local food truck companies, and a large green food truck drives around town and stands out from the crowd by more than its bright color.

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“We have contemporary grilling,” said Parker Wyatt of Big Green Q. “We pulled pork, chicken and brisket. We smoke meat bread.”

Big Green Q runs on natural gas.

“Many food trucks run on either gas or diesel and run all of their kitchen equipment on liquid propane,” said Wyatt. “We do all of this with (compressed natural gas).”

CNG is a clean burning fuel.

“The part that qualified it for our program is that the fuel used is compressed natural gas,” said David Bracht, director of the Nebraska Energy Office.

Bracht said the Nebraska Energy Office helped steer the process and get Big Green Q on a soft loan, and ultimately helped Big Green Q partner with Dundee Bank.

From the truck’s fuel to the generator, everything runs on CNG.

The Nebraska Energy Office offers programs for people who want to make their homes, businesses, and cars greener.

Nebraska Energy Office: http://www.neo.ne.gov/

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