Columbus, Ohio, will be welcoming another compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station inside the city limits next spring, with construction set to begin on a new facility next month.
According to coverage from Columbus Business First, officials approved the development on city-owned property at 2333 Morse Rd. It will be a public-access fast-fill station with a price tag of about $4.6 million. The primary fuel customer will be the city itself, which has a growing municipal fleet of natural gas vehicles in various applications, from light to heavy duty.
One CNG station is already operational at Columbus' fleet management facility, and another across town is in the planning stages. The city's south end hosts CNG refueling, as well.
R.W. Setterlin Building Co., based in Columbus, is the lead contractor for the new station on Morse Rd.
Read Columbus Business First's article HERE.