CNG Station Set to Open in Southwestern Ohio
Kentuckiana Cleanfuel, a Louisville-based company, is set to open their new CNG station in Sharonville, Ohio on November 18. The station, designed and built by TruStar Energy, is located in a transportation-based industrial park with easy access to the I-75 and I-71 corridors and will also operate as a depot for M&M Cartage Class 8 Freightliner trucks.
The station will be powered by four 250 horsepower ANGI NG300E packages featuring Ohio-made Ariel JGQ/2 natural gas compressors, three dual-pump nozzles and a maximum fast-fill flow of up to fifteen gallons per minute. The station will be open to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is key in expanding CNG fleet deployment in Southwestern Ohio as it is the first public station in Cincinnati.
“The location of the station will help M&M Cartage to further serve our customer base,” said Don Hayden, President of M&M Cartage. “We’re proud that our commitment to CNG provides valuable economic and environmental benefits to their shareholders.”