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Ohio Utility Opens Area’s First Public CNG Station

On Friday, Hamilton Utilities held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new public access CNG fueling station in Cincinnati, Ohio. The ribbon cutting featured State Rep. Wes Retherford, City Manager Joshua Smith, Mayor Pat Moeller, and representatives from Clean Fuels Ohio. Hamilton Utilities invested $1.8 million in Greater Cincinnati’s first public CNG station, with funding assistance that included a $700,000 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) grant. The station is the first publically accessible CNG station in Greater Cincinnati. The station’s opening price is $1.99 per GGE.

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