The compressed natural gas (CNG) station at San Francisco International Airport – where CNG fueling has been available for 15 years – recently received extensive upgrades performed by Trillium CNG.
‘We thank the airport for renewing our lease and are glad to be able to support its environmental stewardship by providing clean, domestic and abundant natural gas for the many natural gas vehicles that serve the airport daily,’ says Mary Boettcher, president of Trillium CNG.
‘The San Francisco International Airport has been an industry leader through its '100% Clean Vehicle Policy,'’ adds John L. Martin, Airport Director. ‘There are currently over 600 buses, vans, taxis and autos which run on compressed natural gas at SFO.’
Trillium says the facility at the airport, at 50 Old Bayshore Highway, is one of the largest public-access CNG stations in northern California. The recent upgrades included new fueling islands and canopies, as well as updated signage and new CNG dispensers. There are eight fast-fill fueling lanes at the facility.
Trillium's new five-year lease has a pair of two-year renewal options, in 2018 and 2020.