Charleston, W.Va. (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today released the West Virginia Edge Business Report. The report documents the states economic progress. The February 2013 report highlights projects and related announcements from businesses both large and small that will assist with the creation of new jobs and the preservation of existing jobs.
FOUR NATURAL GAS STATIONS TO BE BUILT ALONG I-79 CORRIDOR
IGS Energy-CNG Services announced plans to build four compressed natural gas filling stations along Interstate 79. Plans call for stations in Charleston and Bridgeport to be operational by fall 2013. The other station locations are near Jane Lew and across the Pennsylvania state line at Mount Morris. The $ 10 million project is expected to be complete by 2014. IGS-Energy-CNG Services reports that using compressed natural gas to fuel vehicles produces 30 percent less carbon dioxide than gasoline or diesel fuel, 75 percent less carbon monoxide and 95 percent less particulate matter.
ALTERNATIVE FUEL CONVERSION COMPANY RECEIVES INNOVA LOAN
INNOVA Commercialization Group, (INNOVA