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Published in Fuel Fix: Thursday, October 9, 2014 by Joshua Cain

Financial research website WalletHub ranks Texans among the contiguous United States' least efficient energy consumers.

In the categories of vehicle fuel efficiency and home energy usage, Texas ranked 45th, with Kentucky, Louisiana and South Carolina trailing behind. Vermont, New York, Wisconsin, California and Rhode Island took the lead.

From the Alternative Fuels Data Center: Use this interactive animation to learn more about how the outside temperature and fill speeds affect the final fill volume in compressed natural gas vehicle tanks. Learn more about filling CNG vehicle tanks.

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DOE Clean Cities

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Grants & Incentives

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Alt. Fuels Data Center

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