Station Projects

 

MWES is investing the capital to building private-access and public-access CNG stations for fleets who intend to start, or continue building, a CNG fleet. We are a certified and licensed General Contractor (“GC”), managing all trades (civil, mechanical, electrical, architectural) to install and maintain a safe, efficient and reliable CNG fueling stations. Options include:

Design, Build, Own & Maintain

Today, the more progressive fleet owners, operators, shippers and carriers are at least testing CNG as an alternative transportation fuel, with many companies and entire market sectors such as refuse, shuttle and transit who are committing a majority of their vehicle purchases with CNG fuel systems.

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Design, Build, Sell & Maintain

Today, the more progressive fleet owners, operators, shippers and carriers are at least testing CNG as an alternative transportation fuel, with many companies and entire market sectors such as refuse, shuttle and transit who are committing a majority of their vehicle purchases with CNG fuel systems.

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Upgrade of Existing Stations

Today, the more progressive fleet owners, operators, shippers and carriers are at least testing CNG as an alternative transportation fuel, with many companies and entire market sectors such as refuse, shuttle and transit who are committing a majority of their vehicle purchases with CNG fuel systems. Not surprisingly, several fleets invested in CNG stations in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s due to unrest in the Middle East. CNG station expansion were especially strong in municipal fleets and utility companies.

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Re-location of Existing Stations

Today, the more progressive fleet owners, operators, shippers and carriers are at least testing CNG as an alternative transportation fuel, with many companies and entire market sectors such as refuse, shuttle and transit who are committing a majority of their vehicle purchases with CNG fuel systems. Not surprisingly, several fleets invested in CNG stations in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s due to unrest in the Middle East. CNG station expansion were especially strong in municipal fleets and utility companies.

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