"General Motors is pleased to see leaders in the energy industry such as CONSOL Energy support and implement vehicle electrification," commented Jeff Tomlin, Fleet Account Executive, GM Fleet & Commercial. "Large fleets, such as CONSOL Energy's, tend to be early adopters of newer technology and provide an opportunity to test our vehicles' applicability and durability in their field use and gather valuable feedback. CONSOL Energy's installation of a Level 2 charging station and the piloting of a Volt as part of their fleet is a demonstration of their strong commitment to their sustainability efforts and a shared vision of the future of transportation."In 2012, CONSOL Energy converted two Ford F-150 trucks to enable them to operate using compressed natural gas (CNG). Both are capable of being operated on either gasoline or CNG. In addition to the conversion of the two trucks, CONSOL Energy also modified its BR-2 Compressor station on the Buchanon County- Tazewell, Va., line to enable the trucks to be fueled with CNG at that compressor station.
CONSOL Energy Declares "Declaration Of Energy Independence" During Unveiling Ceremony Of Electric Vehicle Charging Station At Southpointe Headquarters In Support Of Energy 376 Corridor Project
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