Example fleets that use natural gas in Tennessee: UPS, Dollywood, Scott Appalachian Industries, Waste Management, cities of Gatlinburg and Sevierville, Flatrock Concrete, and numerous gas utility districts across the state like MLGW, Piedmont NG, Gibson County Utility District, Athens Utilities Board (AUB) and Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB).
What do the acronyms mean – CNG, LNG, RNG? CNG is compressed natural gas, LNG is liquified NG and RNG is renewable natural gas (or CNG made from renewable sources like landfill gas or biomethane from digester operations).
How many CNG stations are there in Tennessee? As of spring 2019, there were 13 public CNG stations in Tennessee open with numerous other fleets using CNG but with private refueling equipment, and another public CNG station expected to open this year. KUB in Knoxville is the most recent station to open and is Knoxville’s first public CNG station (and is just off of I-640 on 3rd Creek Road)! To find natural gas in Tennessee use this handy natural gas station locator here.