Trillium CNG announced plans Wednesday at the ACT Expo in Washington D.C. to build 101 public access Class 8 truck accessible CNG stations over the coming three years.
Trillium president Mary Boettcher says the company’s business model for public access stations consists of securing a fuel purchase agreement with an anchor customer for each station location.
According to Trillium, there are about 120,000 natural gas vehicles on U.S. roads today and interest in CNG fueling is growing. Boettcher says adding Trillium CNG may also be advantageous to existing traditional gas stations.
“Traditional service stations and convenience stores view compressed natural gas as a welcome addition to their portfolio of fuels,” Boettcher said.
Trillium’s expansion plans include the followig states:
Alabama (2), Arizona (2), Arkansas (2), California (3), Colorado (1), Florida (7), Georgia (4), Illinois (6), Indiana (5), Iowa (2), Kansas (1), Kentucky (4), Louisiana (3), Maryland (1), Michigan (2), Minnesota (5), Mississippi (1), Missouri (2), Nebraska (1), Nevada (1), New York (4), North Carolina (2), North Dakota (1), Ohio (8), Pennsylvania (6), South Carolina (2), Tennessee (4), Texas (14), Wisconsin ( 5).