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Amp Trillium Second CNG in Jacksonville

October 19, 2015 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘Two Stations Strategically Located North and South of the City’

Amp Trillium has opened its second compressed natural gas fueling facility in Jacksonville, Fla., a public-access outlet at the Gate – Gateway to the Port – station on Heckscher Drive, north of the city.

Amp Trillium serves up CNG for trucks serving the Port of Jacksonville.

Amp Trillium serves up CNG for trucks serving the Port of Jacksonville.

The station features HY-C – Trillium CNG’s proprietary fast-fill hydraulic intensifier compressor technology allowing three Class 8 trucks to fuel simultaneously at 10 DGE/diesel gallon equivalents per minute.

“Adding a CNG fueling station is consistent with the Gate philosophy of being responsive to all of our customers’ fueling requirements,” Gate president John Peyton says in the Amp Trillium announcement.

‘Ideally Positioned’

“With proximity to the Port of Jacksonville and I-295, our first retail location is ideally positioned to service the needs of both retail and commercial customers while offering a cleaner, more environmentally-friendly fuel alternative,” Peyton said.

Amp Trillium also owns and operates a CNG station in southern Jacksonville, likewise close to Interstate 295.

“With two stations strategically located north and south of the city, CNG trucks can now travel in either direction without needing to stray from their designated routes to refuel, saving valuable time and money,” Amp Trillium says.

Amp Trillium is a joint venture between AmpCNG and Trillium CNG.

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Source: Amp Trillium with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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