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  • New CNG station at Tampa Airport

    Grand opening on Friday March 9, 2012
    http://campaign.r20.constantcontact....1rVecMA4wWc%3D

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    Re: New CNG station at Tampa Airport

    what is the price going to be and will we need a card or just a visa as this will help me with trips to fl

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      Re: New CNG station at Tampa Airport

      Congratulations to Florida in getting a nice public cng pump.

      For Tampa at only 336,000 population in 2010, this is quite an accomplishment. Curious what all fleets planned to use the pump besides likely airport shuttles . . . any incentives for cng taxi's like Dallas, TX does (ie first in line)??

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      • #4
        Re: New CNG station at Tampa Airport

        Like most new CE stations it will likely accept Visa/MC. Note the nearby also new Clearwater FL station requires registering the vehicle with the city and obtaining a special card:
        http://clearwater.patch.com/articles...n-opens-friday

        It's great to see stations opening in Florida!

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        • #5
          Tampa Clean Energy station

          I needed to go to Tampa today and decided to make a side trip to check out the new CE CNG station. Like all CE stations, a really nice setup and easy to get to. Two dispensers, Four 3600 PSI nozzles (all small sized). Unfortunately, two dispensers had no power, and the other two would not accept any (tried three) credit cards. All that happened was a nice little video skit on the screen with a man dressed up as a nozzle holding a stop sign reminding me to disconnect the nozzle before leaving. I called the number on the pump and after a couple of transfers, a tech called back and said he could be there in a hour to see what was going on. Seeing how I didn't have the time to sit there, I declined. If I ever get back that way again, I will call ahead to see if the place is running before traveling out of my way to get there. Not a good start for a station that was dedicated five days ago. Price was (as posted on cngprices.com) $2.59 per GGE.

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            http://www.fleetsandfuels.com/fuels/...lando-airport/
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            • #7
              Re: New Clean Energy station at Orlando Airport

              I just fueled up at the Orlando CE station. Easy to get to from the terminals and then back on the freeways to wherever you want to go. No required documentary about how to fuel your vehicle and a required code to enter before starting the transaction like some of the earlier CE stations I visited. Just a opening screen to ask you to read the printed instructions on the dispenser before starting to fuel. It took my regular credit card just fine. Got a decent 3800 PSI fill and a "reasonable" price of $2.099 per GGE. Two dispensers, four hoses, two compressors, one triple tube tank storage. If you are in the area and need to pick up anybody at the airport its only a 10 minute diversion to pull off, fuel and get back to the terminal.

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              • #8
                March 17, 2017 - The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART), based in Tampa, Fla., has selected Loves Trillium CNG to provide complete operations and maintenance services on its CNG fueling station at 4305 E 21st Ave, Tampa, FL.

                In 2014, HART became the first public transportation agency in Florida to convert from diesel fuel to CNG. The private CNG station uses four 300-horsepower IMW compressors. HART operates 34 CNG buses, with an additional 25 CNG buses to be delivered in fiscal year 2017, in addition to 39 HARTPlus vans for the disabled. It will take three years for the fleet of vans and 10 years for the fleet of buses to transition to CNG.

                http://ngtnews.com/tampa-transit-aut...News+Headlines
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                • #9
                  Joseph Bebon for NGTNews December 22, 2017 - Port Tampa Bay, Florida s largest port, has partnered with local firm Integral Energy on a new fueling station that will include CNG pumps, a convenience store and a restaurant.

                  As a company based here in Tampa, we could not be happier to partner with the Port of Tampa Bay for this project at S 20th St and Maritime Blvd, Tampa FL, says Anddrikk Frazier, president and CEO of Integral Energy.

                  https://ngtnews.com/port-tampa-bay-c...xceptional-fit
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