Officials with Trillium CNG and its partner AmpCNG gathered with state and local government leaders Feb. 27 to open a new fast-fill compress natural gas fueling station in Orlando, Fla., that is open to the public.
The station is at Lewis Petroleum’s Silver Star Fuelman near a Frito-Lay North America plant, the companies said in a statement. Frito-Lay had asked Trillium and Amp to build the station.
The CNG station has two dispensers that can pump 10 gasoline-gallons equivalent per minute.
“We’re committed to supporting Frito-Lay North America’s CNG fueling infrastructure build-out plan,” Trillium President Mary Boettcher said in a statement. “This station has the added benefit of providing 24/7 CNG fueling for heavy-duty trucking in the area due to the station's proximity to Interstate 4 and the East-West Expressway.”
"This CNG station in Orlando is an important addition to our CNG network across the U.S.," said Nate Laurell, CEO of Amp.