On the other hand, GreenTeam collaborated with Trillium to utilize a phased approach to designing and building its station. One compressor was installed to fuel their current NGVs with expansion room for a second compressor as GreenTeam fully converts its fleet. “This approach strikes a balance between equipment capacity, performance and reliability needed today without incurring capital and electrical costs until demand warrants them,” said Mary Boettcher, president of Trillium CNG.
“Our investment in compressed natural gas infrastructure and the conversion of our entire fleet to a cleaner burning fuel, which is estimated at $15 million, is intended to reduce our carbon footprint and improve local air quality,” said Paul Nelson, Division Vice President of GreenTeam San Jose.
Source: Trillium CNG