Consumers Energy has opened a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuelling station in Livonia, MI. The CNG station is open to the public and provides access to all vehicles sizes, trucks and busses.
The covered facility has two dispensers, 4 fuelling hoses with both standard and hi-flow nozzles. The station is also equipped with two Level 2 Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) charging stations, able to charge four vehicles at the same time.
“We’re proud to expand CNG availability in Southeast Michigan and look forward to working with customers to expand trucking routes into Michigan or to consider the benefits of integrating CNG units into their fleet,” the company said. “The CNG Fuel Station is located 1 mile south of I-96, 3 miles east of I-275, and 10 miles north of I-94.”
Consumers Energy said it will be investing more than $17 billion in Michigan over the next 10 years. That includes investments in energy efficiency, renewable energy, environmental and customer service enhancements, and new power generation.