Natural Gas Fueling (CNG) Stations
Pensacola Energy operates three CNG stations, two of which are open to the public with a gasoline gallon equivalent price of $2.05. Open 24/7 and well lit, the stations make for an excellent waypoint when traveling across the Florida panhandle. Our stations offer full redundancy reliability. Both stations offer full access to all classes of vehicles with a special emphasis on semi trailers. Methods of payment include Visa, Mastercard, Wright Express, Fleet One, Voyager Fuelman, Gascard and Discover.
Pensacola Energy CNG Station – Pine Forest Road
Public Access Station
6722 Pine Forest Road
Pensacola, FL 32526
Pensacola Energy offers Pensacola’s first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station located at 6672 Pine Forest Road. Click Here for a map of this location.
The station features four, “fast-fill” hoses as well as 90 time-fill dispensers which are used by ECUA to refuel vehicles overnight.
On October 3, 2012, the City of Pensacola, Pensacola Energy (PE) and the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority (ECUA) unveiled Pensacola’s first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station, located at 6672 Pine Forest Road (3.2 miles south of I-10), located on the west side of Escambia County. PE partnered with ECUA, Escambia County’s water, sewer and sanitation service, to serve natural gas vehicles operated by the ECUA and Escambia County.
Pensacola Energy CNG Station – Ellyson Industrial Park
Public Access Station
3320 Copter Road
Pensacola, FL 32514
A second public access station is located at 3320 Copter Road. Click Here for a map of this location. The station features two “fast-fill” hoses as well as 20 time-fill dispensers, which are used by ECUA to refuel vehicles overnight. It is located 2.5 miles north of I-10, located on the east side of Escambia County.
Pensacola Energy CNG Station – Palafox Street
Private Access Station
2759 Palafox Street
Pensacola, FL 32501
This station is for City of Pensacola fleet only. The City currently has over 80 natural gas vehicles for its Sanitation Services, Public Works, Police and Pensacola Energy departments. As the City’s fleet of gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles are retired, they will be replaced with CNG vehicles where applicable.
The City is expanding the site to include a total of 30 time-fill posts to accommodate the growing Sanitation CNG fleet, the fast-fill fueling dispenser is used for all other City fleet vehicles.