Natural Gas – Conversions, Vehicles and Technology

N.J. Gas Utility Adds 100th CNG Vehicle

May 26, 2016

Photo courtesy of South Jersey Gas.
Photo courtesy of South Jersey Gas.

South Jersey Gas, a New Jersey-based natural gas utility, introduced the 100th CNG vehicle to its fleet.

The utility has converted more than 100 of its vehicles to CNG since 2011, and is planning to convert its entire fleet by 2020. Once its entire fleet is converted, the company will no longer use an approximated 457,000 gallons of gasoline per year, according to the company.

South Jersey Gas currently has seven public fueling stations and serves 112 municipalities, which covers one-third of New Jersey. The company plans on constructing more fueling stations later this year.

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