Texas makes $4.5 million available for natural gas fueling stations
AUSTIN, TEXAS - The state has made up to $4.5 million in grants available to help establish natural gas vehicle fueling stations near some interstate highways.
The funding was announced Wednesday by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The application deadline is April 16.
The sites must be near interstates connecting Houston, San Antonio, Dallas and Fort Worth. TCEQ says the public fueling stations must be located no more than three miles from the highways.
Preference will be given to stations providing both liquefied natural gas and compressed natural gas at a single location and to stations not more than a mile from an interstate highway.