Sevier County Utility District, or SCUD, has been proactively using compressed natural gas (CNG) for almost two decades. They began adding natural gas vehicles (NGVs) around 2000, and have continued to add vehicles in appropriate years, now reaching 24 total NGVs. SCUD has been a proactive member in the alt-fuels community for many years… we remember them having a CNG truck in a Christmas parade in ~2004! Ten years later, they completed and opened Sevier County’s first public CNG station in Sevierville. They have been a partner to many entities for the cause of advancing cleaner fuel use including hosting numerous events at their public refueling station including being a stop on the 2016 and 2017 national NGV Road Rallies, as well as hosting coalition meetings at their facilities in Sevierville that included tours of the CNG station and CNG maintenance facility.
Additionally, a major win for SCUD in 2016 was working with Dollywood. They helped Dollywood build all of their six new trolleys that serve the Dollywood DreamMore Resort as dedicated CNG! See the video at left to learn more about SCUD and the partnership.
Proactive, cleaner-fuel community member in Sevier County
Reach out to local fleets to help them learn about CNG as a cleaner, American fuel
Partner across multiple groups for showing action in Tennessee