COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State University issued a request for qualifications to design and build a $2.5 million CNG station, Columbus Business First reported.

Four new Ohio State buses are powered by CNG, and the school says it sees a benefit to converting more of its vehicles to alternative fuels. OSU is evaluating potential locations for the station. Other details, like if it will be open to the public and how many vehicles it might serve annually, are undetermined for now. For the full story, click here.

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