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CNG site in Greer projected to be most productive in U.S.
NOV 20, 2014

The ceremonial groundbreaking took place at the Spire Natural Gas Fueling site at S. Highway 101. Left to right: Greer Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Mark Owens, Greer CPW Engineering and Planning Manager Randy Olson, Greer City Administrator Ed Driggers, Spire COO Peter Stansky, Siemens Alternative Energy Project Director Scott Keeley and Greer Mayor Rick Danner.

A 21st century vision has been launched in Greer by a group of alternative fuel pioneers.

Spire, a natural gas fueling solutions company, came to Greer Thursday to claim its stake in becoming a hub for vehicles – trucks and automobiles – traveling the I-85 corridor.

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CNG facility fast forwards Greer's transportation revolution
NOV 18, 2014

A QuikTrip will front the Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions facility near the intersection of S. Hwy. 101 and I-85.

The Greer transportation revolution is moving full speed ahead.

Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions will hold a groundbreaking Thursday for, reportedly, one of the five biggest compressed natural gas (CNG) fast fill stations in the United States. The Laclede Group and Siemens are building the facility.

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GSP airfares rank less than regional competitors
NOV 10, 2014

Passengers flying out of Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) pay less than the average domestic fare from competing airports in the region according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s second quarter 2014 airfare report.

GSP officials issued the report Monday.

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