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    Does anyone know why the San Jose area has such high CNG prices... All we've got here is Pinnacle Energy and PGE.. 2.23 and 2.15/GGE
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    Re: High Prices in San Jose, CA

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      High Prices in San Jose, CA

      Just a little above 2 dollars seems to be the going rate for most of the municipal stations. The gas company stations down here are all above 2 dollars. Most of ones that are less are the commercial stations, CE and Trillium, and I am sure they will go up following gasoline prices. I share your frustration, my local reliable and convienient pump is at 2.06. I can drive thru the farmland and get fuel from CE at 1.50, 56 cents difference adds up. And all you people in Utah are complaining!
      Last edited by jetboatjohnny; 01-20-2009, 05:58 PM.
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        I wonder if the Silicon Valley has some sort of deal with PE to supply gas to the area. I tried calling the Rep for CE to encourage a fueling site in the south bay.. No reply..
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          Re: High Prices in San Jose, CA

          I try to fill up at CE stations around Oakland and San Francisco City $1.59 and bypass the PG&E and Pinnacle stations.

          I have the same feeling about PG&E...disappointing because I LOVE PG&E stations, good fill up most of time.

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          • #6
            Currently $1.99 at San Jose Junction Avenue newer CNG station (Trillium)

            Currently $2.19 at San Francisco Airport's 2 CNG stations (Trillium and Clean Energy)
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              silicone valley only cares about electrics, even if the power comes from coal

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              • #8
                Yes electrics are priority for private cars, even though most of our electricity actually comes from natural gas fueled plants in the largest city of 1 million (San Jose, CA).
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