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Renewable natural gas fueling station for CMVs opens in New Jersey


A renewable natural gas fueling station has opened up in New Jersey for heavy-duty trucks and other fleet vehicles. 

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. opened the renewable natural gas (RNG) fueling station in Carney’s Point, New Jersey, along the trucking corridor between Philadelphia and Delaware near Interstate 295 and the New Jersey Turnpike. The station marks Clean Energy Fuel Corp’s 600th RNG fueling station, reported NGT News.

“The Carney’s Point station gives fleets that operate in the Philadelphia and South Jersey area access to a much cleaner alternative fuel,” says Chad Lindholm, senior vice president of Clean Energy. “One of the benefits of RNG is that it’s available in significant quantities today and is already helping to decarbonize the heavy-duty vehicle market. We are pleased to provide truck fleets a convenient location in this important corridor with an ultra-low carbon fueling experience.”

The station sits on five acres on Schoolhouse Road and has two fast-fill dispenser lanes for fleets. The opening correlates with the introduction of the Cummins X15N – a natural gas engine currently being used in Walmart, Knight Swift, UPS and other fleets.


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