November 11, 2014
Washington, D.C. — NGVAmerica today launched the NGVAmerica Station Analysis Map, a unique tool that maps the nation’s natural gas stations and highlights the vehicle ranges supported by the stations in 100, 400 and 600 mile increments.
In addition to vehicle range, the NGVAmerica Station Analysis Map features the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on the nations compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling infrastructure, including station locations, accessibility and contact information. This information is derived from the Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) and is updated monthly.
The NGVAmerica Station Analysis Map is made available to the public so that both fleet operators and consumers can take advantage of the tool to make route and travel planning easy. NGV industry leaders also will benefit from this tool, which can help to identify opportunities for new station construction and help to identify key markets.
“The new NGVAmerica Station Analysis Map is an important addition to our online resources that help further expand the use of natural gas as a vehicular fuel,” said NGVAmerica President Matt Godlewski. “This tool will help industry leaders, fleet operators, and consumers alike to further promote and take advantage of clean-burning, domestically abundant natural gas.”
The NGVAmerica Station Analysis Map is accessible on the NGVAmerica website at www.ngvamerica.org/stations.
NGVAmerica is the national organization driving the use of natural gas as a clean, domestic, safe and abundant transportation fuel. The organization represents more than 230 companies, environmental groups, and government organizations interested in the promotion and use of natural gas in transportation. For more information about NGVAmerica, visit www.ngvamerica.org.