With 40,000 square foot lot easily accessible for fuelling buses, trucks, and light-duty vehicles, the new facility will be open 24/7 for public access. It will eventually have the capacity to serve 20 vehicles simultaneously and provide a convenience store to service the commercial fleet drivers and the general population.
GNG’s president Timothy Nelligan said: “Choosing CNG as a transportation fuel makes sense because it is produced domestically, burns cleaner, and cost significantly less than gasoline or diesel. We see this as a win-win situation for our customers, the environment, and our nation.”
“With Ford, General Motors, and Honda offering more OEM NGVs, our company can help provide alternative fuelling options for the general public and the commercial fleet owners that operate at the airport and surrounding areas,” he added.