Natural Gas Vehicle Fueling Demo Coming to Red Lion, Says Saylor

RED LION – With prices at the equivalent of $1.90 per gallon and a dramatic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, many government entities and consumers are starting to look at the compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles automakers are beginning to offer, said Majority Whip Stan Saylor (R-York).  One of the concerns people have previously had with purchasing such a vehicle is having a convenient place to be able to refuel it.  Now, however, with the abundance of this affordable domestic fuel being produced right here in Pennsylvania, natural gas fueling stations are beginning to pop up in many areas.

On Monday, July 29, FleetEnergy|America representatives will be at the Windsor Commons Shopping Center to conduct a demonstration of the Galileo Nanobox CNG fueling station for a local fuel distribution company interested in installing CNG fueling at some of its public stations in and around the south central Pennsylvania area.

“Pennsylvanians need no longer be at the whim of OPEC for their transportation needs and will be able to fill their clean-running cars and trucks for about $2 per gallon with a 26 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions,” Saylor said.  “In 2012, natural gas prices dropped more than 31 percent and 240,000 family-sustaining Pennsylvania jobs have been created by the natural gas industry since 2006.”

The (previously) high cost of installing CNG fueling facilities is negated by Galileo’s Nanobox, slashing the cost of CNG fueling equipment by as much as 50 percent and providing municipalities and private fleet operators and fueling providers a practical, reliable alternative at a fraction of the cost of other available equipment.

House Majority Whip Stan Saylor
94th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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