Construction Is Underway in Dalton for Opening This Summer,
Penske Celebrates Trillium Station in Pottsville with Wegmans
Penske and Trillium CNG are celebrating Earth Day today with the grand opening of a CNG station in Pennsylvania serving customers including Wegmans Food Markets and NFI. Separately, the Amp Trillium joint venture for compressed natural gas fueling has begun building a CNG station in Dalton, Ga. for opening this summer.
The AmpCNG-Trillium CNG joint venture station in Dalton, off Interstate 75 near the state line south of Chattanooga, Tenn., will be the first in the Georgia town. It is the second station for AmpCNG in Georgia, complementing a CNG outlet in Perry, south of Macon. AmpCNG currently owns and operates 19 CNG stations nationwide.
“We’re committed to making fast-fill CNG readily available to Class-8 fleets in Dalton, Georgia and across the U.S.,” Trillium CNG president Mary Boettcher said in a release.
23 Penske Trucks in Pottsville
Separately, Penske is trumpeting the grand opening of a Trillium CNG station in Pottsville, Pa. “A total of 23 Penske Truck Leasing leased CNG alternative fuel heavy-duty trucks will be fueled by Penske Logistics, NFI and Wegmans at this location,” Penske says.
Pottsville is close to Interstate 81 between Harrisburg and Wilkes-Barre.
Penske noted late last week that for the third straight year, Penske Truck Leasing has been honored by the U.S. EPA as a SmartWay Affiliate Challenge Award winner.
“The Penske team is committed to partnering with our customers and the EPA to develop and implement strategies that improve fuel efficiency, reduce fuel consumption and emissions, and in turn, reduce costs,” Penske senior fuels and facility services VP Drew Cullen said in his company’s award announcement.
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Source: Amp Trillium and Penske with Fleets & Fuels follow-up