Utah already has 29 fueling stations and an estimated 5,000-8,000 CNG-powered cars on the highway making it one of the leaders in the country. Well, the Utah Clean Cities Coalition and Questar Gas just added one more fueling station to the mix by working together to open a new station near Vernal, Utah.
The fueling station cost approximately $500,000. Clean Cities covered about a quarter of the cost from a $15 million federal stimulus grant. Next up for Clean Cities and Questar is making Utah’s I-80 corridor more NGV-friendly by extending it into Nevada and Wyoming.
Thanks to Paula and Jim Grambihler at Questar for pointing me to the story. You can get the full read over at the Salt Lake Tribune.