IGS CNG Services, a unit of natural gas and electricity supplier IGS, says it is planning to construct and operate a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Dayton, Ohio.
The station, which will be open to the public, will be located at 1830 E. Monument Ave. at the city's existing fueling station at the Department of Public Works.
The fueling station will have two dispensers with up to four hoses, as well as its own canopy. Construction is set to begin this summer.
‘Our plan for a CNG fueling station responds to the emerging market demand in Ohio for fast, convenient refueling of CNG vehicles,’ says Scott White, president of IGS Energy. “This station will offer a convenient location and enable drivers to refuel in about the same time it would take at a conventional gasoline station.”