It's an excellent point, and we've been addressing that with a couple of the gas utilities, and potentially approaching Chrysler, for example, GM or Ford—the OEMs—on that specific topic.
It's funny, I go back to our success in the forklift market. We have roughly 3,000 or 4,000 forklifts operating in the greater Toronto area. What we've done there is to work with the forklift dealers to convert forklifts to operate on natural gas, and supply the refueling stations through a financing package. It makes the economic case very, very strong. Workers benefit from the health and safety benefits in emissions, and the company benefits as well from an economic savings that is very substantial.
In this case, we're looking at approaching the OEMs to ask for their assistance through their financing mechanism. So when you purchase your vehicle, in the trunk, for example, would be the fill. You simply take that home and any local HVAC contractor could install that; it's a simple installation. But by having that rolled into the financing package with the vehicle, now you're looking at something that may be much more affordable because it's done through a monthly payment.
On the fixed rate for natural gas, that is something the homeowner could look into with a gas marketer or the utility, to lock in the rate for a length of time so they're guaranteed a price over three to five years, say.