Bill Malone, owner and operator of Enviro Express, said the refuelling stations, established years ago in the West, are now beginning to move east, starting with the Connecticut site.
As it was published by the web abcnews, Malone plans to convert 18 of his trucks fleet to LNG, and also he has won a commitment from AT&T Inc. to buy fuel for 48 trucks.
The refuelling station is primarily being used for corporate and government vehicle fleets, besides it will sell compressed natural gas that fuels cars. “The station is open to trucks and cars that can fill up using credit cards linked to their company fleet accounts”, stated the businessman.
The USD 6.2 million cost of the Bridgeport station is divided between Enviro Express and federal stimulus money by DoE.