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Conn. Utility Opens $1.8M CNG Fueling Station

May 31, 2016

Norwich (Conn.) Public Utilities has opened its second compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling facility that will be used for municipal fleet vehicles and businesses, the Norwich Bulletin reported.

The $1.8 million station has one dual-hose dispenser and sells CNG for 10 to 75 cents less per gallon than diesel and 20 cents less per gallon than gasoline.

The utility has 42 CNG vehicles.

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