PHILADELPHIA TO BENEFIT FROM ACT 13 NATURAL GAS VEHICLE GRANT

Grant to Lehigh Gas Wholesale, LLC is first to support development of a public access Compressed Natural Gas fueling station in Philadelphia Gas Works’ market

(Philadelphia, Pa. – September 5, 2013) –The recent award of $391,445 in Act 13 Natural Gas Vehicle funds within Philadelphia Gas Works’ (PGW) operating area will help support a viable natural gas vehicle (NGV) market in the region, company officials stated. The grant by Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) supports the acquisition of 25 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) delivery vans for UPS and 10 CNG vehicles for AAA Mid-Atlantic. The project, led by Lehigh Gas Wholesale, LLC also includes the completion of a publicly accessible CNG fueling station, filling a significant local CNG fueling accessibility gap.  

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