Fleet Energy America, a company that provides natural gas vehicle (NGV) conversions and related refueling solutions, was on hand this week at the Windsor Commons Shopping Center in Red Lion, Pa., for a public demonstration of how compressed natural gas (CNG) can be integrated into Pennsylvania's refueling mix.
State Rep. Stan Saylor helped publicize the event, which featured a Galileo Nanobox – a small-scale, modular CNG refueling product that includes integrated compression, storage and dispensing technology. Public-access CNG is popping up in increasing numbers to the east, in greater Philadelphia, and the state overall is getting more aggressive with support for both fueling and NGVs.
The York Daily Record covered the demo in Red Lion, where representatives from Fleet Energy America offered residents and local businesses information about vehicle options and CNG. Perry Babb, president of Fleet Energy America, remarked that in terms of NGVs and fueling stations, ‘Pennsylvania will look a lot different a year from now.’