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Colorado awards first $3.9 million of $30 million for NGV stations

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  • Colorado awards first $3.9 million of $30 million for NGV stations

    Fleet deployments The Colorado Energy Office has awarded $3.9 million in grants to help underwrite development of eight public access CNG stations, the first tranche of $30 million in grants Colorado has dedicated to increase the number of stations dispensing natural gas and grow the number of natural gas
    vehicles in the Centennial State. Read more

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    Re: Colorado awards first $3.9 million of $30 million for NGV stations

    Wow, those 8 new public cng pumps will be scattered around various cities across Colorado. That's awesome to see Colorado promoting CNG across the state. As you recall, Colorado was also involved in the MOU (memorandum of understanding) trying to force automakers to produce more NGV vehicles.

    This will enable traveling through state on cng . . . UNTIL . . . you get to Denver then you'll be stuck as "you know who" has not upgraded their card readers to allow anything except proprietary card . . . . ARRRGGGHH !