American Natural Gas (ANG), a distributor of
alternative motor fuels, will unveil its first public
compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in
the W.J. Grande Industrial Park, Saratoga Springs.
Currently under construction, the facility will be
just off the Northway, located halfway between New
York City and Montreal.
“We’re proud to run our business from Saratoga
Springs and are excited to be building this station
in our home town,” said Drew West, CEO of ANG.
“We believe this will be an opportunity for those
that desire to switch to a cleaner, more reliable fuel
solution, but don’t have the luxury or budget to build
their own infrastructure.”
ANG has guided regional fleets, such as Tops
Friendly Markets in Buffalo and Casella Waste
Systems in Rutland, Vt., through the conversion to
CNG. In return, the fleets have reduced their emissions,
carbon footprint, and dependency on foreign
oil, company officials said.