Make Your City Green
As local governing bodies continue to search for ways to improve both their budget and environmental impact, many transit authorities are turning to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as their fuel of choice. Abundant, domestic and clean, CNG is a clear frontrunner as a transportation fuel for a transit system. Natural gas’ inherently-stable price coupled with Federal and State-level incentives creates an added advantage to CNG adoption, making it easy to meet a city’s unique budget and sustainability needs.
- Best in Class Technical Expertise
- Customized Turnkey Partnership
- Optimized Fueling for Fast-Fill CNG
- Public Private Partnership (P3) Experience
Solutions That Save
A turnkey partnership with Trillium CNG including fueling and maintenance infrastructure can enhance your return on investment. Trillium provides transit agencies better performance at lower prices and allows the cost of CNG infrastructure to be amortized over time through fueling contracts. This alleviates the burden of capital cost for station build and guarantees operational excellence.
Best In Class
With over 2 decades of experience and one of the largest portfolios of transit systems amongst CNG providers today, Trillium is prepared to undertake any project for our nation’s transit authorities. Our in-house Engineering and Preventative Maintenance teams ensure that your fueling station will not only be designed to meet the highest standards including advanced fueling technology, but continue to operate at peak efficiency for years to come.View NGV White Paper for Benefits of Natural Gas
At Trillium, safety and dependability are top priorities. Not only do we provide extensive training to all transit personnel using our equipment, but our 24/7 Rapid Response team is available around the clock to remotely monitor stations, diagnose any issue that may arise, and deploy a team member to the site if necessary.
CNG Bus propulsion is a safe, mature technology with the current generation of CNG busses performing on par with or exceeding the performance of diesel buses. Because CNG is primarily composed of methane, the cleanest burning fossil fuel, CNG buses do not require the use of complex and costly selective catalytic reduction (SCR) or a diesel particulate filter (DPF) after treatment systems that need to be installed in diesel buses. Many transit maintenance directors say that they expect the long-term cost of maintaining CNG buses to be lower than those for new diesel buses and the service reliability of the propulsion systems of current generation CNG buses to increase in comparison to diesel bus reliability.