NORMAN, OK – The city of Norman, Okla., opened its new compressed natural gas fueling station this week, according to the Norman Transcript.
The station, located on Goddard Avenue, is servicing the city’s 29 CNG vehicles. It is also open to the public.
Station funding came from a $945,000 federal grant from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, a $200,000 grant from the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, and a city contribution of $530,583.
The station includes 12 dual-post, slow-fill dispensers and four dual-hose, fast-fill dispensers.
Before the station opened, the city fueled its CNG vehicles at the University of Oklahoma facility or the Oklahoma Natural Gas facility.