June 2011 Vol. 238 No. 6

Projects

New Jersey Natural Gas Files to Build Natural Gas Vehicle Refueling Stations

New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) submitted a filing June 16 with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities seeking authority to invest up to $15 million to build compressed natural gas vehicle refueling stations in Monmouth, Ocean and Morris counties. If approved, NJNG estimates it could build between seven and ten refueling stations at host company facilities throughout its service territory. The host locations, which could be private companies or public and municipal entities, will use part of each station’s refueling capacity and also make the stations available to the public. “By building the infrastructure to refuel natural gas vehicles, New Jersey Natural Gas can

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