Firm Will Detail Its Infrastructure Progress in Long Beach This Week
Trillium CNG is providing details of its compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure goals at ACT Expo 2014 in Long Beach, Calif. this week – and it is demonstrating its proprietary fast-fill hydraulic intensifier compressor and participating in three conference sessions.
“We are 35 stations into our 101-station build plan launched at the last ACT Expo in Washington, D.C.,” says market development and strategy VP Bill Zobel. “Eight are built and operating,” he told F&F, “and another 27 are under construction.”
“The proprietary hydraulic intensifier compressor provides a low-horsepower, high-performance solution that delivers a reliable, fast-fill fueling experience. The result is lower long-term operating costs for our customers,” Trillium sales, marketing and engineering VP Charles Koontz said in a pre-show release.
Nation’s Largest Time-Fill Site
Koontz is hosting a tour of a Los Angeles Unified School District CNG fueling installation on the afternoon of Monday, May 5. The station was built by Trillium in 2001 and upgraded in 2010, the company says: “It is the largest time-fill site in the country.”
Trillium CNG president Mary Boettcher is a panelist at the Women in ACT Summit on the morning of Tuesday, May 6.
Late Wednesday afternoon, May 7, VP Zobel will participate in the Natural Gas Infrastructure & Fuel Supply Issues breakout session.
“The adoption of compressed natural gas by heavy-duty fleets is growing rapidly,” Boettcher says in Trillium CNG’s ASCT Expo announcement. “Natural gas is plentiful in the United States and more cost effective than diesel.
“In addition to lower pump prices, CNG provides more fuel price certainty for fleet managers and their customers,” she said.
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