The total number of public Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations located in Weld County reached four this week with station openings in Fort Lupton and in Kersey.
On Tuesday, December 18, 2012, The North Station, located at 7984 U.S. 85 in Fort Lupton, opened its CNG fueling station. Fort Lupton Mayor Tommy Holton and Councilmember Zo Hubbard attended the ribbon cutting ceremony and fueled Fort Lupton’s first CNG vehicle.
On Thursday, December 20, 2012, Kramer’s Wedge Store, located at 103 Hill St. in Kersey, became the fourth public CNG station in the county. Both stations are owned by Zeit Energy and mark a milestone for the Weld County Smart Energy program.
The other two CNG stations, located in Firestone and Greeley, are owned by SkyBlu.
“With stations now located in Firestone, Fort Lupton, Kersey and Greeley, drivers will be able to fuel with CNG throughout the county,” said Kirkmeyer.