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AmpCNG to Open in Dalton, Georgia

November 12, 2015 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘Only the Second Public-Access CNG Station in Northern Georgia’

AmpCNG will formally open its new compressed natural gas fueling station in Dalton Ga., off Interstate 75 near the Tennessee line and Chattanooga, on November 20.

The new AmpCNG station in Dalton, Georgia will formally open on November 20.

The new AmpCNG station in Dalton, Georgia will feature trillium CNG’s hydraulic intensifier technology allowing for faster fills: three Class 8 trucks simultaneously at ten DGEs per minute.

Dalton is a manufacturing hub “and key gateway between Atlanta and the Midwest,” AmpCNG says, and as such “is an ideal location for a CNG station” supporting natural gas trucks.

The Dalton station will feature partner Trillium CNG’s proprietary fast-fill hydraulic intensifier compressor (HY-C), capable of fueling three Class 8 trucks simultaneously at ten diesel gallon equivalents per minute.

Dalton Utilities’ Fleet

It will be “only the second public-access CNG station in northern Georgia, despite some 12 CNG stations in Atlanta,” the company says.

In addition to trucks on the Interstate, the new station will support NGVs operated by Dalton Utilities.

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Source: AmpCNG with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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