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  • Sacramento County and Clean Cities Officials Celebrate $1.9 Million Station

    SacramentoCountyCNGbyTruStar

    August 7, 2015 in Biomethane, CNG, Infrastructure, LNG, NGVs by Rich Piellisch | No Comments

    TruStar Energy and officials in Sacramento this week celebrated the opening of a new $1.9 million compressed natural gas fueling station to support County refuse trucks and an increasing number of other natural gas vehicles.

    Sacramento County refuse trucks are the lead customers at the new CNG facility.



    http://www.fleetsandfuels.com/fuels/...m_medium=email
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  • #2
    Nice setup for filling dozens of commercial trucks. Can't tell if public can use.
    2010 GX (w/Webasto moonroof, Curt hitch, 3M CS 50% tint, Alpine inew957hd nav rec)

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    • #3
      Thanks for posting this. I continue to hope for Sacramento area options, outside of Davis PG&E 24hr and Sacramento PG&E M-F non-24hr. Went to the new West Sacramento Clean Energy station at highway 50/80, as it was on the path today, to find only LNG pumps.

      You most likely have seen this. Per TruStar press release, only commercial references are discussed.

      http://www.trustarenergy.com/post/tr...ueling-station

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      • #4
        How about Woodland for CNG? Tried that one yet?
        2010 GX (w/Webasto moonroof, Curt hitch, 3M CS 50% tint, Alpine inew957hd nav rec)

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        • #5
          After selling over a dozen LNG refuse trucks a year ago, it was learned that Sacramento County will be putting its other 2009 LNG trucks up for auction soon. The Peterbilt trucks with ISLG engines sold for either $8000 or twice that figure last time around. Then, along comes this press release of the County inking an LNG fuel contract. This would suggest that refuse trucks are replaced at less than 10 year intervals because, clearly, the County is staying with the fuel (and has its own LNG station in North Highlands.)

          http://www.lngworldnews.com/sacramen...n-supply-deal/
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          • #6
            Auctions end June 20-22 for LNG refuse trucks from Sacramento CA 320 Cummings:

            2005 139K 1NPZHZ8X65D715637 Peterbilt https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/au...ew?auc=1869415
            2007 51K 5SXMANDN57RY61853 American LaFrance Condor https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/au...ew?auc=1870633
            2008 126K 3BPZH28XX8F718469 Peterbilt knuckle boom https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/au...ew?auc=1869781
            2009 82K 3BPZL20X99F719737 Peterbilt https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/au...ew?auc=1869476
            2009 83K 3BPZX20X09F719744 Peterbilt https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/au...ew?auc=1869496
            2009 71K 3BPZL20X79F719736 Peterbilt https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/au...ew?auc=1869509

            For the LNG trucks sold a year ago, the reserve was satisfied at $5800. Nine sold at $5890-$8800. Eight got $13K-$18K. Two were above $20K.

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            • #7
              Bidding is up to almost $8000 on boom LNG truck, but reserve minimum has not been satisfied yet . .
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