IGS CNG Services and the City of Dayton, Ohio, have announced the opening of a new public-access compressed natural gas (CNG) station.
Located at the city department of public works' existing fueling facility, the CNG station will service a growing number of Ohio businesses and citizens who are converting to natural gas vehicles. The station features two dual-hose CNG dispensers.
“We're pleased to offer CNG to the public at such a highly accessible location in Dayton,” says Scott White, president and CEO of IGS Energy, sister company of IGS CNG Services. “This alternative transportation fuel provides a cost-effective and domestic fueling option to fleets traveling the I-75 corridor.”
Deputy City Manager Stanley Earley says, “The City of Dayton is committed to providing the highest quality of services to its citizens while pursuing technology that helps our community to become more green and sustainable.”
IGS CNG Services notes that the new Dayton location adds to the company's growing network of public-access stations. The company also has one facility currently under construction in Obetz, Ohio, along with four active stations in Ohio and three in West Virginia.