CNG Station Design
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CNG Location Open for business in Dayton, OH
Compressed Natural Gas Station Opens in Dayton February 13, 2015. Dayton Business Journal Tristan Navera Dayton's next compressed natural gas station is open for business. IGS Energy CNG Services says the fueling station at 1830 E. Monument Ave. is online and open for business. The station is located on the city's fueling lot. It's the ninth location for Dublin, Ohio-based IGS and the fifth in Ohio. Compressed natural gas is a fuel alternative to gas and diesel, and several such facilities have been in the works in the Dayton region as some municipalities and companies turn to the alternative fuel. A growing number of businesses and organizations are converting their fleets to CNG. "This alternative transportation fuel provides a cost-effective and domestic fueling option to fleets traveling the I-75 corridor," said Scott White, president and CEO of IGS Energy, sister company of IGS CNG Services. "This new station supports IGS CNG Services' goal of ensuring that customers can easily find a location to fuel with compressed natural gas, while also building out a CNG infrastructure in the Midwest." The station has four dispensers, two of which are for fleet vehicles. This comes as the city has begun converting its own vehicle fleet to compressed natural gas. In all, Dayton is purchasing 44 garbage trucks that run on CNG. The company will have a lease for 15 years with options for another 20. It's expected that through 2029 the company will pay $90,000 in rent for the facility. CNG has been a growing business line, and Dayton's first CNG station was recently sold. The $1 million CNG station at 2720 Needmore Road, which opened last year, was sold to Constellation, a subsidiary of Exelon Corp. earlier this year. The sale was announced as part of a sale that included six of its other fueling stations in Indiana and Ohio to Constellation. Terms of the sale were not disclosed, but Baltimore-based Constellation says the deal, its first in the CNG market, comes as 150,000 vehicles in the U.S. run on the alternative fuel and its demand is only expected to grow. -
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