The state of New York is making available eight compressed-natural-gas (CNG) fueling stations for public use as part of a partnership between the state and Clean Energy, the largest provider of vehicular natural gas in North America. The move marks the first time CNG stations have been made available to the state’s public. Currently, 48 such stations operate in New York, but their sales have been limited to state-owned vehicles. In order to expand the availability of CNG beyond the ...
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