New CNG Station Opens near San Antonio International Airport
GGG Stations recently celebrated the grand opening of the newest CNG station in San Antonio, Texas, with a ribbon cutting ceremony that welcomed state, city, and county officials and local business leaders.
The GGG facility, which is conveniently located near the San Antonio International Airport, is the fifth CNG station to open in San Antonio in the last two years. Designed as a light-duty station, the station can also service heavy-duty trucks with room to expand as demand increases. The station is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is equipped with ANGI Energy Systems equipment.
San Antonio, which has previously teetered on the edge of acceptable air quality, is now dangerously close to being classified “Non-Attainment,” which could come with increased costs to the community. The expanded use of natural gas as a transportation fuel will help combat this trend of lowering air quality.
“This new facility is an important step as San Antonio moves forward to restoring acceptable air quality and responsible environmental controls,” said GGG Partner Maryanne Guido.
The GGG Stations is a local, private company, owned in partnership by Gus Beck, Tom and Maryanne Guido, and Nat G CNG Solutions. Nat G CNG Solutions is an up-fitter for CNG vehicles as well as a station designer and installer. Nat G is also a Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) for Ford.