The city of Toccoa, Ga., is eyeing an expansion of its compressed natural gas (CNG) initiative, with plans to add five natural gas vehicles to its fleet and examine a build-out of CNG refueling infrastructure.
There are currently five NGVs in Toccoa's municipal fleet, and a report from WNEG Radio says the city's existing CNG refueling equipment would be ‘pushed to about the limit’ when the five new NGVs come online.
Funding for the city's next wave of NGV conversions is secured in Toccoa's fiscal-year 2015 budget. Each conversion will cost about $8,000. The city's utilities division has already been working with various companies to investigate the details and costs associated with CNG refueling expansion.
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