Constellation recently opened its fifth Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) station in Indiana, and seventh in the Midwest network. The new public CNG fueling station, located near the intersection of Bufford Road, just north of Exit 6 off I-469, is open 24/7 and is designed to allow commercial vehicles – up to Class 8 tractor-trailers – easy access. Other CNG station locations in Indiana include Indianapolis, Lafayette, Greensburg and Seymour, in addition to network stations (not owned by Constellation) in Indianapolis and Brazil.
In April, the Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition and Constellation hosted a luncheon to celebrate the grand opening of the station. The event, attended by local public figures including the mayor, acknowledged the benefits of CNG as a reliable, secure and domestically sourced natural gas supply.
Making CNG Fueling Simple & Reliable
Constellation is strategically expanding its network of CNG fueling stations across the U.S., to ensure that CNG is more readily available to commercial fleets. Companies can gain fuel price assurance and avoid the typical up-and-downs of diesel or gasoline prices.
CNG benefits include:
- Historical long-term net price advantage versus petroleum fuels
- According to the Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center, CNG signiﬁcantly lowers greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions versus gasoline or diesel
- Clean burning U.S. produced fuel supply
- Reduced dollar-per-mile fuel costs
- CNG vehicle cost return on investment
For more information about CNG, call 260-484-0264 or email email@example.com.