GE and Peake Fuel Solutions, an affiliate of Chesapeake Energy Corp., last week announced that they have launched an onsite fueling solution known as CNG In a Box that allows easier adoption of compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling options for large and small retailers.
The system provides a lower-cost fueling experience for consumers and a higher-margin solution for facility operators, the companies said. The system compresses natural gas from a pipeline into CNG on site at a traditional automotive fueling station or industrial location. CNG-powered vehicles can then refill their tanks using a dispenser with the same look and feel as a traditional diesel or gasoline dispenser.
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