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City of Reedly Grant for the Central Valley Transportation Center

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The Fresno County community of Reedley will install a compressed natural gas fueling station as the first phase of its Central Valley Transportation Center.

Working with the Kings Canyon Unified School District, Reedley is building a state-of-the-art, Leader in Environmental Design (LEED) facility that will house, repair and maintain a fleet of green vehicles. The facility will be open to the public and will eventually provide compressed natural gas, biodiesel, E-85 dispensers and electric charging stations. The project puts Fresno County on the cutting edge of changing transportation technology.

Grant Amount

$480,400 from the Energy Commission’s Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program

Match Funding

Approximately $1.13 million will be provided by the recipient and project participants.

Project Benefits

The project is expected to displace a total of more than 1.1 million gallons of petroleum fuel, reduce CO2 emissions by providing access to these alternative fuel supplies 30 miles closer than present facilities , and provide a total of more than 300 direct and indirect jobs in the Central Valley during its construction.

Grant Agreement Number: ARV-10-004

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