Frito-Lay Is the Anchor Tenant for Public Access Station
Frito-Lay will be able to fuel three trucks at once at the new Canton station by Amp Trillium.
Amp Trillium has opened a fast-fill compressed natural gas fueling station in Canton, Ohio, south of Akron west of Interstate 77, with Frito-Lay as the anchor tenant.
The station features proprietary hydraulic intensifier technology from partner Trillium CNG, and as such will allow three Class 8 trucks to fuel simultaneously at ten to 12 gasoline gallon equivalents per minute.
A Growing Network
“Amp Trillium’s CNG station in Canton further expands our growing network of sustainable and efficient fueling stations for large fleets,” Donna Rolf, president and general counsel of partner AmpCNG, said in a release.
The station is located just off U.S. Highway 30, across from Frito-Lay’s Canton plant. It is open 24/7 and accepts all major credit cards.
Plenty of room in Canton…
AmpCNG has a biomethane-fed CNG station in Fair Oaks, Ind., as well as CNG outlets in Sellersburg and Lafayette, Ind., Perry, Ga., Harrold, Rosenberg, Amarillo, Sweetwater and Waco, Texas, and Orlando, Fla. There are, in addition, nearly half a dozen AmpCNG stations in Wisconsin: Green Bay, Green Bay/DePere, Wausau, Sturtevant, and Appleton.
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