Clean energy advocates are announcing the opening of the state's first liquefied natural gas fueling station, aimed at long-distance truck travel.
Clean Fuels Ohio says the station is part of a planned network of such stations along U.S. interstates.
The Clean Energy LNG Truck Fueling Station will open April 4 in Seville in northeast Ohio near Interstate 76.
The station is one of four being opened in Ohio by Seal Beach, Calif.-based Clean Energy. It will be available for all trucks using liquefied natural gas.
Liquefied natural gas is considered more efficient for trucks traveling long distances. Stations using compressed natural gas have already opened in Ohio.