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Natural Gas Vehicles in Florida

At the beginning of 2011, there were only two public natural gas fueling stations in Florida: one in Ft. Lauderdale and one in Milton. This picture is rapidly changing as Florida is now home to more than 30—with plenty more in the works.


Click to view a map of all current and planned CNG and LNG Stations in our state.

Many commercial businesses and governmental agencies are already using clean, energy efficient natural gas vehicles to fuel their fleets. For example:

  • Choice Environmental in Pompano Beach has 18 natural gas fueled trucks in its fleet

  • Republic Services in Lakeland operates 50 refuse trucks in its natural gas fleet

  • Veolia has a fleet of 32 natural gas fueled trucks
  • The City of Clearwater built a fueling station that serves trucks in its Solid Waste Department, and is also open to the public

  • Tallahassee’s Leon County School District has eight new CNG fueled buses, and has
    opened a state-of-the-art NGV refueling facility with plans underway to build a second

  • AT&T in Broward County has a fleet of 24 service vans fueled by natural gas

  • Tampa International Airport’s public fueling station was opened to the public in 2011. The airport also plans to convert its diesel-powered employee and economy parking lot shuttle service buses to natural gas— displacing approximately 275,000 gallons of diesel per year with cleaner, more efficient energy

  • Pensacola Energy and Emerald Coast Utility Authority (ECUA) have constructed two public access CNG stations and are currently building a third, which should be operational by December of 2013. Today the ECUA has a fleet of 71 various NGVs, and by 2015 they expect to have a total of 92 refuse trucks and 60-plus other vehicles
  • The City of Pensacola currently has 21 NGVs operating in a wide range of departments, including public works, sanitation and police
  • Escambia County has 15 natural gas Ford F-150 trucks and will be switching to additional NGVs as opportunities arise
  • The City of Gulf Breeze currently has a 9-Natural Gas Vehicle fleet
  • Examples of natural gas utilities/ FNGA members utilizing one or more NGVs include Florida Public Utilities, Lake Apopka Natural Gas District, Florida City Gas and numerous more. (In 2012, FPU also used CNG trailers to initially serve Fernandina Beach natural gas customers until construction of their permanent natural gas pipeline was complete)
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