Energy. Environment. Economy.

Mapping Pennsylvania’s Natural Gas Fueling Stations

The main benefit of a vehicle fueled by compressed natural gas is the cheap cost of fuel: a gallon of CNG costs less than $2.

The downside: there are only 11 public CNG fueling stations in Pennsylvania.

Here’s a map of the locations where drivers can fill up natural gas-fueled vehicles. Click on each marker for an address and phone number. It’s best to call a station before you show up looking for gas —  some companies require drivers to pre-register before using CNG pumps.

For more on how many people are using natural gas to power their cars and trucks, click here.

Source: The U.S. Department of Energy


About StateImpact

StateImpact seeks to inform and engage local communities with broadcast and online news focused on how state government decisions affect your lives.
Learn More »