Amp Trillium Expands Fueling Network with New CNG Station in Georgia
amp Trillium, the joint venture between ampCNG and Trillium CNG, announced the opening of the first public-access CNG station in the Dalton, Georgia, area. The station is located on I-75. With Trillium CNG’s proprietary fast-fill hydraulic intensifier compressor (HY-C), the new location enables three Class-8 trucks to fuel simultaneously at 10 DGE per minute. To celebrate the new station, amp Trillium is offering an opening special price of $1.99 per GGE to all customers.
This station marks ampCNG’s second CNG station in Georgia; in March 2014, amp Trillium opened a station in Perry to service Frito-Lay’s fleet. The Dalton station, which will service Dalton Utilities’ fleet, is only the second public access CNG station in northern Georgia.
“This station will give area fleet managers choices in the type of trucks they can put on the road, which helps manage their costs,” said Carl Campbell, executive director at Dalton-Whitfield Joint Development Authority.
amp Trillium now operates 23 CNG stations across the country, including in nearby Perry, Georgia, and Newport, Tennessee. It will continue to open several more in its mission to create a wide-reaching network of CNG refueling stations along trucking corridors throughout the U.S.