North Carolina’s Greenville Utilities Commission (GUC) is reporting an uptick in usage for its compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling facility.
Located at 290 Easy St. in Greenville, the public-access station opened in September 2015. According to a local report from The Daily Reflector, the facility is used by the commission itself, as well as East Carolina University and Waste Industries, for a total of 34 vehicles – representing almost four times as many as when it opened.
For an average price of $1.61 per gasoline gallon equivalent (GGE), the facility has dispensed a total of 404,000 GGE of CNG, bringing in $649,500 in revenue for GUC. In fiscal year 2017-2018 alone (ended in June of this year), the station dispensed 153,000 GGE, bringing in $250,000 in revenue.
Further, both East Carolina University and Waste Industries are in the process of adding more CNG vehicles into their respective fleets.
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