Compressed Natural Gas Station to be Built in Dunmore, PA

Louis Evans, CEO, Commonwealth Energy Group, LLC. (CEG) announced today the development and launch of a public compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Dunmore, Pennsylvania. The Dunmore facility will be part of a multi-state development plan to construct fueling centers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

The Dunmore, PA energy solutions company will provide complete design and construction services operations, and ongoing maintenance services for their public fueling centers. These centers will be state of the art, fully automated and designed to consider both the community and the environment.

In addition to the planned public stations, CEG will provide similar services to develop and fund private fueling centers to fleet owners. This is part of the company’s plan to offer more convenient and economical solutions to reduce the cost of fuel to the transportation industry.

CEG’s infrastructure corridor development plan is designed to make CNG as readily available a transportation fuel as traditional fuels like gas and diesel. CEG has identified natural gas fueling locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, including strategic locations along major interstates, state and local arteries.

“By converting to natural gas as your fuel, the saving, in most cases, is more than $2 per gallon of fuel used. CNG offers significant cost advantages to the fleet owner,” says Evans.

The Dunmore center is anticipated to open in the first quarter of 2015.

Commonwealth Energy Group is among the nation’s premier energy services companies (ESCO), providing turnkey consultative and facility improvement services that significantly reduce energy consumption and generate bottom-line operational savings for its customers. 
CEG works with customers on both sides of the utility meter to reduce operating expenses, upgrade and maintain facilities, stabilize energy costs, improve upon employee comfort, and help protect the environment.

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Louis Evans, please call (570) 489-5700.

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