Renergy and IGS CNG Services to Open CNG Station in Ohio
Renergy and IGS CNG Services have partnered to construct a CNG fueling station at the intersection of I-71 and State Route 61 in Ohio. The station broke ground in May 2015 and is now open publically to anyone driving CNG-fueled vehicles.
“It became immediately clear in our initial discussions with IGS that we were closely aligned in our approach to business, commitment to the community, and strong belief in developing alternative energy resources,” said Mike Oberfield, COO for Renergy.
Renergy’s transportation division operates a fleet of CNG vehicles to transport organics from their customers and will serve as the anchor to the new, unmanned station. Customers will be able to use IGS fleet cards, as well as many widely used credit cards to pay for the fuel.
The strategic location of the station off I-71 ensures heavy trucks and passenger vehicles traveling the corridor between Cleveland and Columbus will have convenient access to CNG.