Clean Energy Opens the First LNG Fueling Station in Florida and its Pontoon Beach, Ill., and Fontana, Calif., Stations All Part of America’s Natural Gas Highway
- Clean Energy opens its public-access Jacksonville LNG fueling station, the first in the state, making Jacksonville a key stop in America’s Natural Gas Highway and the LNG gateway to southern Florida.
- Representatives from United Parcel Service (UPS) and Raven Transport, which will be fueling at the Jacksonville station, will be speaking at a grand opening ceremony later today.
“Opening the first LNG station in Florida marks an important step forward in the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel in the Sunshine State. Jacksonville is leading the way in high horsepower applications for LNG fuel use and we’re committed to meeting the growing LNG demand in the region.”
-- Greg Roche, vice president, national accounts, Clean Energy
“The opening of the Jacksonville station, the very first LNG station in the State of Florida, is a win for Jacksonville as it represents a greener fueling option and continued economic activity in the important and growing field of natural gas. My administration is committed to supporting innovators like Clean Energy that drive investment and job creation with a 21st Century vision in Jacksonville."
-- The Honorable Alvin Brown, Mayor of Jacksonville