Clean Energy Fuels Corp., operator of a nationwide network of natural-gas vehicle fueling stations, is taking over and spiffing up Peco Energy Co.’s six suburban fueling stations, the company said Wednesday.
Peter Grace, senior vice president of sales and finance, said Clean Energy plans to spend $5 million to $10 million upgrading the 20-year-old stations and opening them to the public.
“They’re old — they are tired,” said Grace. “The plan is to get them up to today’s standards.”
The stations are located at Peco facilities in Berwyn, Eddystone, Plymouth Meeting, Phoenixville, Coatesville and Warminster. They are now available only to customers with pre-arranged fueling cards.