The initial station will feature two compressors and two high flow Kraus dispensers, each capable of delivering an average of approximately 10-12 diesel gallon equivalents per minute. In addition, two light duty dispenser nozzles will be provided. Additional space will be allowed for an additional high capacity compressor and dispenser to handle future growth of the station.
“The package provided by ANGI will provide the extremely reliable CNG fueling equipment necessary to ensure that expectations of fleet operators are met,” said Cynergy and Corridor Clean Fuels’ COO Randy Spence. “Having this reliable compression with redundancy built into the CNG fueling station in Dothan provides safeguards to our clients.”
Earlier this year, Corridor Clean Fuels introduced a web-based calculator to evaluate and determine savings and paybacks for groups of like vehicles with similar fuel usage volumes and also for individual vehicles.
Source: Corridor Clean Fuels