Piedmont Natural Gas opens CNG station in North Carolina

Piedmont Natural Gas opens CNG station in North Carolina

The Hickory station is the company’s eleventh fueling station in its service territory.

August 31, 2017
Waste Today Staff
Conversion Technologies
Piedmont Natural Gas, Charlotte, North Carolina, has announced that it has added a Hickory, North Carolina, location to its network of public compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling stations.

The Hickory station, located near the junction of Interstate 40 and U.S. 321, is the eleventh public refueling station Piedmont has opened throughout its service territory of North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. For a map that shows all of Piedmont's public CNG refueling facilities, visit piedmontng.com/vehiclesandfueling.

"Piedmont has a strong commitment to sustainable business practices and reducing our impact on the environment," says Karl Newlin, senior vice president and chief commercial officer for natural gas operations for Piedmont's parent company, Duke Energy. "As part of that commitment, we're doing our part to promote the use of natural gas vehicles by helping to build out a network of public refueling facilities."

Piedmont has converted 38 percent of its own fleet to run on CNG and expects that number to grow. The Hickory fueling station is open to commercial fleet vehicles and the general public. The station accepts all major fleet cards and all major credit cards, and the layout of the station is designed for easy access for large trucks.