Regarding NGV fueling initiatives, Desdemona Holdings LP (Allegheny County) will receive a $372,300 grant and a $248,200 loan to support the construction of a CNG semi-public station in western Pennsylvania for public transportation and local taxis under the American Natural Retail brand. Besides, Clean Energy (Cumberland County) will get a $539,014 grant to build a public access LNG filling station at the Carlisle Flying-J Truck Stop, an existing gasoline and diesel station.
Moreover, Beemac Trucking LLC (Beaver County) will obtain a $469,292 grant for the construction of a CNG station for use by their tractor trailer fleet and the public and will add 20 new CNG dedicated class eight trucks. For its part, Birkmire Trailer Company (Erie County) will receive a $207,969 grant to assist in the construction of a semi-public CNG station; it will also purchase six new CNG trucks and will convert 15 existing vehicles to natural gas. Finally, LT Verrastro, Inc. (Lackawanna County) will get a $217,399 grant to build a CNG station, besides adding five CNG trucks and planning to acquire a total of 50 NGVs over the next six years.
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development