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TruStar Opens First Branded CNG Station

July 21, 2015 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

It’s the First TruStar CNG Station to Tout the TruStar Name

TruStar Energy has opened its first TruStar Energy-branded compressed natural gas fueling station, on Exchange Drive in Orlando, a heavy truck traffic corridor. The 24/7 station is capable of fueling several hundred vehicles a day, the company says, promising to deliver lower fueling costs and reduced transportation-related emissions in the area.

The new TruStar Energy CNG station in Orlando is the first of the company’s many CNG stations to be TruStar Energy-branded.

The new TruStar Energy CNG station in Orlando is the first of the company’s many CNG stations to be TruStar Energy-branded.



“We continue to see a shift taking place in North America where more commercial vehicles are running on CNG – it’s cheaper, cleaner, quieter running, and domestically abundant and produced,” TruStar Energy president Adam Comora said in a release.

“As a result, the company has embarked on a strategic path to open dozens of TruStar Energy public CNG stations over the next several years – Orlando is our first.”

TruStar embarked on the strategy exactly one year ago (F&F, July 21, 2014).

‘One of the Best Markets’

“We will continue to provide the same outstanding design, construction, maintenance, and training services for private, public and government customers,” Comora said.

“We identified Orlando as one of the best markets to build our first station because it has a high volume of CNG vehicles and the potential to add many more,” said TruStar GM Scott Edelbach.

The station has been designed for expansion, with room for two additional dispensers adding four more traffic lanes. The station is supplied by Teco Peoples Gas. TruStar accepts as Comdata and Fuelman commercial fuel cards as well as all major credit cards.


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Source: TruStar Energy with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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