NJNG Hopes to Invest Millions in Natural Gas Vehicle Fueling Stations
Company awaiting approval from state Board of Public Utilities for $15 million investment
New Jersey Natural Gas wants permission from the state to begin building the infrastructure in three counties for expanded use of compressed natural gas-fueled vehicles.
The company, based in Wall Township, last Thursday filed with the state Board of Public Utilities seeking authority to invest up to $15 million to build from seven to 10 CNG refueling stations in Monmouth, Ocean and Morris counties.
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