Along with Mirabito Energy Products, the company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week to commemorate the grand opening of a newly built natural gas station in Kirkwood, New York. In addition, amp Trillium (its joint venture with ampCNG) has begun the construction of the first CNG station in the city of Sweetwater, Texas, set to open in late October. Both facilities will be open for public 24/7 and will be accessible for Class-8 trucks.
New York station will service important fleets in Binghamton area such as Willow Run Foods and Frito-Lay. “We recognize the need to offer customers a cleaner, more cost-effective fuel alternative and are pleased to partner with Trillium CNG,” said Joe Mirabito, CEO of Mirabito Energy Products.
Moreover, CNG station under construction in Texas will allow three Class 8 trucks to fuel simultaneously at 10-12 GGE per minute. amp Trillium joint venture is set to bring three additional stations to Texas (Brock, Kerrville and Midland) within the next six months. amp Trillium stations in Amarillo, Waco and Harrold opened earlier this summer.
“We’re excited to have broken ground in Sweetwater for our fifth CNG station in Texas,” said Steve Josephs, P.E., Director of Engineering and Co-Founder of ampCNG. “This is a superb strategic location, both for fleets traveling I-20 and for serving the state’s agricultural and oil field industries. This addition to our network of Ultra Fast-Fill CNG stations will allow us to provide this inexpensive, clean and domestic fuel to more heavy trucking fleets seeking the benefits of switching from diesel to CNG.”
Source: Trillium CNG