Cincinnati’s First Public CNG Station Opening This Month


Kentuckiana Cleanfuel LLC, a Louisville-based company, tentatively plans to open a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Sharonville, Ohio on Nov. 18.

The station will be powered by four 250 hp (186.4 kW) ANGI NG300E packages featuring Ariel JGQ/2 natural gas compressors, three dual-pump nozzles and a maximum fast-fill flow of up to 15 gpm (56.8 L/min).

Kentuckiana Cleanfuel broke ground on the 24/7 public access station, designed and built by TruStar Energy of Rancho Cucamonga, California, on Oct. 6.

The station, the first public station near Cincinnati, is located in a transportation-based industrial park with easy access to the I-75 and I-71 corridors. It will also operate as a depot for M&M Cartage Class 8 Freightliner trucks.