TruStar Energy gasses up 12 CNG stations around the country for UPS
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — TruStar Energy, one of the nation’s leading developers of compressed natural gas fueling stations, recently was awarded a contract to build 12 additional compressed natural gas fueling stations for UPS. TruStar Energy will also maintain and service the stations under a long-term maintenance agreement.
UPS plans to add 380 new CNG tractors to its growing alternative fuel and advanced technology fleet. The CNG fueling stations, vehicle purchases and CNG infrastructure totaling $100 million are part of UPS’s ongoing commitment to diversify its fuel sources and reduce its environmental impact.
The 12 new CNG stations will be built by TruStar Energy in Amarillo, Texas; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Columbia, S.C.; El Paso, Texas; Fort Worth, Texas; Kansas City, Kan.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Reno, Nev.; San Antonio, Texas; Tifton, Ga.; Trinidad, Colo., and Willow Grove, Pa.
The new CNG tractors to be deployed in these cities will be manufactured by Kenworth. Agility and Quantum Fuel Systems will provide the CNG storage systems.
Source: PR Newswire