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fueling station

n (US) → Tankstelle f
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Patakam fueling station was found unlawfully selling unlicensed fuel, which ispotentially harmful to customers.
The latest step in the protracted battle that dates to November 2015 will see the case--or at least an aspect of it--once again go to the state's highest court, which ruled 7-0 last April that the city had acted illegally in rezoning a 45-acre plot on the Highland Colony Parkway to allow a fueling station, a particularly nettlesome aspect to the plaintiffs.
The immediate goal of the robotic fueling station is to increase the ease and efficiency of fueling hydrogen-powered vehicles in warehouse settings, where every second amounts to more than $1,000 in annual cost impact for medium to large sites.
The fueling station at the company's City Line Avenue office will serve UGI's fleet of natural-gas powered vehicles, including dump trucks, vans and trucks, officials said.
* UPS increases CNG-related vehicle and fueling station presence.
Joseph Mayor Bill Falkner to Join MGE Executives for Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony of the First Compressed National Gas Fueling Station in Northwest Missouri
Not only will the public fueling station refuel Waste Management's local fleet and sell CNG to commercial fleets, it will also be open to retail consumers with similarly equipped vehicles.
Air Products (NYSE: APD) has been awarded the prestigious Rushlight Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Industry Award for its innovative Series 100 Hydrogen Fueling Station technology.
Fueling technology from Air Products is scheduled to begin providing three alternative fuels to a fleet of vehicles operated by the town of Hempstead, New York, this spring following ground-breaking for Long Island's first hydrogen fueling station.
Air Products and the University of California, Irvine unveiled a new dual 700 and 350 bar pressure capable hydrogen fueling station on the UCI campus.
Gas Technology Institute (GTI) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) recently signed an agreement for the development of hydrogen fueling station technology as part of TCEQ's new Technology Research and Development (NTRD) program to reduce emission sources in Texas.
The Korea Times recently reported that the Ministry of Planning and Budget (MPB) has postponed the deadline for replacing all diesel-powered city transit buses with compressed natural gas (CNG) buses until 2010 due to high CNG fueling station construction costs.