TruStar Energy announced it completed construction of its 250th compressed natural gas fueling station, a UPS Inc. facility in Plainfield, Ind.
The company expects to build about 35% of the market’s new stations this year. It also will embark on supplying renewable natural gas, sourced from landfills and digesters, to fleets and introduce new products for smaller fleets, so they, too, can realize the benefits of transitioning from diesel, according to White Plains, N.Y.-based TruStar.
“Natural gas as a transportation fuel has proved to be a great success story for fleets, both economically and environmentally, and the communities they serve with quieter trucks and cleaner air,” TruStar Energy CEO Adam Comora said in a company release.
TruStar Energy is a subsidiary of Fortistar. — Transport Topics