Trillium CNG expects to have 77 compressed natural gas stations open by June, representatives said in a meeting with Transport Topics.
The company has 35 stations open across the country and said it will open 11 stations in the first quarter, with the rest expected to come online afterward.
The fueling stations will be built near major interstates as the company continues to develop a coast-to-coast network of CNG stations and has said it is “on the lookout for places where local trucking companies are ready to use CNG.”
The company previously announced it will build 101 stations in 29 states by 2016.
By Transport Topics