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  • #16
    Re: Florida

    Wow,

    Where has this year gone? Sorry to be so absent from the site, we have kept our nose to the grindstone and we are pushing through. The FuelMaker bankruptcy slowed us down, the drop in oil slowed us down and the notorious and yet still missing stimulus money slowed us down. But we are still alive and coming back strong. FuelMaker will be back in action 1Q2010. Oil is back to $67 today and floored at $60 before the bounce, we have solid support at these price levels so I don't expect gas to go below $2.50 anytime soon. And the stimulus money is "imminent" according to our municipal client that was awarded the money back in MAY.

    Permitting stalled on the Ft Lauderdale station but is back online, we are just waiting on the final electrical and we should be ready to go.

    Much more to share, but no time at the moment. Sorry to anyone that missed us. We are back.

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    • #17
      Re: Florida

      Originally posted by WiseGas View Post
      Wow,

      Where has this year gone? Sorry to be so absent from the site, we have kept our nose to the grindstone and we are pushing through. The FuelMaker bankruptcy slowed us down, the drop in oil slowed us down and the notorious and yet still missing stimulus money slowed us down. But we are still alive and coming back strong. FuelMaker will be back in action 1Q2010. Oil is back to $67 today and floored at $60 before the bounce, we have solid support at these price levels so I don't expect gas to go below $2.50 anytime soon. And the stimulus money is "imminent" according to our municipal client that was awarded the money back in MAY.

      Permitting stalled on the Ft Lauderdale station but is back online, we are just waiting on the final electrical and we should be ready to go.

      Much more to share, but no time at the moment. Sorry to anyone that missed us. We are back.
      Hi, can you direct me to CNG vehicle conversion companies in Florida?

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      • #18
        Re: Florida

        http://www.wisegasinc.com/wg-mechanics.htm

        We verify ASE F1 certification. We are working on verifying which manufacturers certify them so we can add that to the site too....

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        • #19
          Wise Gas Station #1

          ok everybody, it is time, the Wise Gas Station has gas, will have power on Wednesday and card reader to go live on Thursday. County willing we will be open for business Friday or Monday. To begin, we will be accepting the Wright Express card, the Wise Gas Fuel Card is a few weeks out so we have an on site Wright Express Card that we can use in "full service" mode and you can pay cash. The address is 650 SW 27th Ave, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33327.

          Station number 2 will be up the following week in Apopka, unfortunately it is going to be a private access for the City of Apopka.

          Stations number 3-29 are currently being negotiated and/or permitted. We expect stations in Miami, Palm Beach, Brevard, Tampa, Clearwater, Orlando and Jacksonville by year end. Outside the state, we are working in New Jersey, Texas, Ohio, Tennessee, South Carolina, Kansas and Alabama.

          Needless to say, we are busy but we are getting things done. Check out www.wisegasinc.com for updates and check out our new mobile repair unit on the top of the front page. Those were the photoshop versions, the truck and trailer are being outfitted now with the vinyl.

          Thanks again to everyone on this site, it took two (too) long years to get here but here we are!

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          • #20
            Re: Wise Gas Station #1

            CONGRATS
            to you Jeff and your team for opening up your first station of hopefully many more to come.

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            • #21
              Re: Florida

              Thanks John, now maybe we can get some cars

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              • #22
                Trillium will build two public CNG stations to open in 2018 for Miami-Dade Metrobus at its bus yards at 3300 NW 32 Ave and
                2775 SW 74 Ave in Miami FL. Each station will fuel 250 New Flyer of America CNG buses and have an additional public CNG dispenser.

                This is easily one of the most innovative public-private collaborations we have undertaken with a transit agency, said Bill Cashmareck, director of Trillium CNG. The combination of providing buses, designing, building and maintaining the CNG systems, upgrading maintenance facilities, and constructing new fuel and wash buildings demonstrates the breadth of our services. Trillium operates five CNG facilities in the state, two of which they own.

                http://www.csnews.com/product-catego...ore-us-locales
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