Bloomfield Yellow Cab to Open CNG station
October 19, 2011
By Brad Kane, Hartford Business Journal
Six weeks after a West Haven taxi company opened a compressed natural gas fueling station, a Bloomfield taxi service will unveil a CNG station of its own on Nov. 10.”The infrastructure is growing and making it viable for a fleet to go CNG,” said Marco Henry, owner of Yellow Cab in Bloomfield.Bloomfield’s Yellow Cab and West Haven’s Metro Taxi – which opened its CNG station on Sept. 26 – are participating in the Connecticut Clean Cities Future Fuels Project, which is using $29 million in federal economic recovery grants to install alternative fueling stations throughout the state.
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