Publicly Accessible, Fast-Fill CNG Stations

 

The Colorado Energy Office, in partnership with the Regional Air Quality Council and the Colorado Department of Transportation, has opened funding for the construction of publicly accessible, fast-fill compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations.

The ALT Fuels Colorado grant program is designed to remove barriers to the adoption of alternative fuel vehicles by addressing the need for fueling infrastructure along the state’s most popular transportation routes.

To date, the Colorado Energy Office has issued awards for these CNG stations:

  •  Colorado Springs, CO – 7790 Durant Drive – Colorado Springs Utilities
  •  Commerce City, CO – 7120 E. 49th Ave. – 4CNG
  •  Durango, CO – 1220 Carbon Junction – Sparq Natural Gas
  •  Eaton, CO – 250 E. Collins St. – Sparq Natural Gas
  •  Fort Collins, CO – 500 E. Vine Drive – Ward Alternative Energy
  •  Fort Morgan, CO -- 19950 E. Railroad Ave. -- Hill Petroleum
  •  Glenwood Springs, CO – 23 Mel Rey Road – Trillium CNG
  •  Greeley, CO – 2323 117th Ave. – Ward Alternative Energy
  •  Gunnison, CO – 201 E. Tomichi Ave. – Trillium CNG
  •  Limon, CO – U Ave. and 6th St. – CNG 4 America
  •  Loveland, CO – 6385 Byrd Drive – Ward Alternative Energy
  •  Pueblo, CO – 620 W. 4th St. – Sparq Natural Gas
  •  Rifle, CO – 23899 Highway 6 – Sparq Natural Gas
  •  Trinidad, CO – 806 E. Goddard Ave. – Sparq Natural Gas

Please consult the ALT Fuels Colorado Corridor Investment Plan for a list of targeted locations and further information on the state's development process.

Click here for a KMTS radio interview that describes how the Glenwood Springs community worked to install a CNG station.