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Natural Gas Station Sought

December 27, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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The Jackson Hole Energy Sustainability Project is soliciting a Request for Proposals for the Siting, Development, and Operation of a Natural Gas Vehicle Fueling Station in or near Jackson. The fueling station would be capable of connecting to the Lower Valley Energy utility natural gas pipeline service and for fast fill dispensing of compressed natural gas to natural gas fueled vehicles. Anticipated vehicles utilizing this station may include sedans, light duty pickups, service vans, heavy duty trucks including up to class 8 tractors with semi-trailers, school and other public transit buses, and other vehicles. The selection of an interested party for consideration of the development of a final contract with the Sustainability Project does not financially or otherwise obligate the Project or the selected interested party to a final agreement. The RFP and subsequent potential contract with the selected interested party are subject to all requirements and approval by the Wyoming Business Council for a Community Readiness Grant.

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