By: Emily Johnson
June 9, 2014
Thomasville, GA - If you've ever thought about buying a natural gas run vehicle you now might have more on an incentive to switching.
The City of Thomasville unveiled Monday morning a CNG fueling station right at 1330 West Jackson Street. It's located right on edge of town at the Susie Q gas station. The fueling station will offer folks the chance to pay $2.20 of GGE (Gasoline Gallon Equivalent) and can serve up to four CNG vehicles at one time with wait times comparable gasoline fuel.
"For the local economy this is just an option that our local companies have and companies that might be looking at Thomasville will have that aren't available in a lot of places," said Mayor Max Beverly, City of Thomasville Mayor.
In our area there are natural gas fueling stations in Tallahassee, Valdosta and now Thomasville.
The City of Thomasville has been using CNG vehicles for about two years, but said they're excited to now offer it to the public.
The fueling station was also recently awarded Project of the Year by the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia.
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