With the opening of a pair of compressed natural gas stations in Fort Lupton and Kersey, the total of stations serving the public in the county rises to four.
The stations follow the county’s blueprint to reduce emissions by making the fuel more readily available for consumer use. Toward that goal, the county engaged a Weld County Natural Gas Coalition to study and implement wider use of the alternate fuel in both private and public vehicles.
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