APGA member Gibson County Utility District opened its new compressed natural gas station in Tennessee, as a part of the Tennessee Gas Association’s Rally across the state.
GCUD invested $1.7 million in their energy complex . The station features solar panels to power the station’s lights and accessories and also features manmade wetlands to capture storm runoff, APGA said in a statement.
The station features fast fill dispensers with a total dispensing capacity of 240 gasoline gallon equivalents per hour at its peak and 105 GGEs per hour compression and 135 GGEs from storage. It also includes a Kohler gas generator that creates power for onsite usage and serves as a source of supplemental power for the Tennessee Valley Authority.