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  • Revolution CNG selected to install new public CNG system in Sanger, CA

    Revolution CNG, Paso Robles, CA. has been awarded a contract to install a new CNG station with public fast fill access at the Sanger Unified School District. The station will serve the resident fleet of CNG school busses but will also feature a public access fast fill dispenser. Powering the station will be a 125hp, Ariel-based CNG compressor packaged by JW Power. The station is configured with a traditional 3-teir CNG storage system and a Dual hose, high volume fast fill dispenser by Tulsa Gas Technologies. The pump will feature one hose with the traditional P3600 style fill nozzle for passenger vehicles and light trucks and the second hose will be the larger transit style for fast filling of large capacity trucks up to Class 8. Construction will be underway shortly, and we will post more infer as the station comes on line.

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    Three public stations were in the works for the San Joaquin Valley - have not seen any updates, but map imagery seems to show the CNG stations are being upgraded:

    1050 S Leslie St, La Habra, Ca Fullerton HS NEW fuel to the public
    625 W Rialto Avenue, Rialto, CA Rialto USD REPLACE fueling to the public
    4949 N Polk Ave Fresno, CA Central Fresno Unified School District
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      District officials broke ground on the Rialto Unified School District public CNG station March 14 2016. The new station, at 261 S Lilac Ave Rialto CA, will take up nearly one acre of the more than 6-acre property already owned by the district. The goal is to complete the project by December, officials said. As far as the financial benefits of having a Compressed Natural Gas fueling station in the city, Mohammad Z. Islam, the district’s associate superintendent of business services, said everybody wins since it’s primarily a lower cost per equivalent gallon when compared to traditional fuels. The $4.1 million project is being partially funded through the California Energy Commission ($500,000) and the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee ($225,000). The remaining is being paid through district funding, officials said.

      http://iecn.com/rialto-unified-break...d-cng-station/

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