Renergy, a company focused on repurposing waste into renewable energy, has partnered with IGS CNG Services to build a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Marengo, Ohio. The public-access station is scheduled to open in early summer of this year.
Ringler Feedlots, a family-run agriculture company and a Renergy affiliate, will anchor the station and is working to replace its entire delivery fleet with CNG vehicles. Renergy says the station's strategic location off I-71 ensures heavy trucks and passenger vehicles traveling the corridor between Cleveland and Columbus also have convenient access to CNG without range anxiety.
“We are excited to partner with a business that shares our commitment to putting the environment first, while also having the opportunity to collaborate with the Ringler family [owners of Renergy] to build this station in Marengo,” says Mike Gatt, vice president of IGS CNG Services.