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National Clean Fleets Partner: Kwik Trip

Photo of vehicles at a fueling station.

Kwik Trip Inc. has committed to switching its entire fleet of vehicles to natural gas operation as the company continues to deploy natural gas fueling stations throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Since deploying its first natural gas fleet vehicles in June 2012, Kwik Trip has driven them more than 4.3 million miles and displaced 645,134 gallons of diesel fuel.

Fast Facts

  • Joined the National Clean Fleets Partnership: March 2013
  • Headquarters: La Crosse, WI
  • Operations: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa
  • Strategies and Technologies: Compressed natural gas vehicles (both dedicated and bi-fuel), liquefied natural gas, alternative fueling stations

Kwik Trip Expands Natural Gas Fueling Infrastructure in the Midwest

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For additional information contact the Clean Cities National Clean Fleets Partnership account manager, Mark Smith.

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Jan. 20, 2014

Kwik Trip nears two dozen natural gas stations

LA CROSSE, Wis. – Convenience store operator and upper Midwest alternative fuels leader Kwik Trip opened two compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations this month, bringing its total to 22 stations. The new CNG sites are in Eagan, Minn., and De Pere, Wisc. Kwik Trip also plans to open fueling stations in Waterloo, Iowa, and Wausau and Menomonie, Wisc.

Since opening its first CNG station in April 2012, Kwik Trip has continued developing CNG fueling infrastructure throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa. The company has expanded its fuel offerings using internal resources and expertise. Kwik Trip plans to develop 10 to 15 new CNG stations this year and expand into new markets.

Kwik Trip's distribution fleet, Convenience Transportation, travels 18 million miles annually with more than 50 natural gas vehicles. The company is using this fleet to test, evaluate, and promote different classes and sizes of alternative fuel vehicles based on their experience.

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