LONG BEACH, Calif. — Trillium CNG has changed its name to Trillium, a move that reflects the company’s full-service offerings in the alternative-fuels industry and a partnership with California-based EV Connect, a provider of electric-vehicle charging solutions.
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“Trillium has been one of the top providers of CNG services for more than 20 years, and we’ll continue leading the way in that space,” Managing Director Bill Cashmareck said in a news release. The company made its announcement at the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo here April 30-May 4.
At the same time, Trillium and EV Connect will develop EV charging infrastructure at three Love’s Travel Stops stores in Tulare, Ripon, and Coachella, Calif.
Construction on Trillium’s first hydrogen fueling station for fuel-cell electric buses will begin this summer for the Orange County Transportation Authority’s Santa Ana, Calif., facility, according to Houston-based Trillium, which is a unit of Love’s Travel Stops.