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EVO Trillium, LLC Breaks Ground on New CNG Fueling Station at Central Freight Lines Terminal in Fort Worth, Texas

TOLLESON, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 03/25/14 -- EVO CNG and its joint venture partner, TrilliumCNG are pleased to announce the start of construction for a new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station located at the Central Freight Lines terminal located at 5200 East Loop 820 South in Fort Worth, Texas. The station will open Spring 2014.

The station will have public access and be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It will have four dual hose dispensers and will feature Trillium CNG's proprietary fast-fill technology. The station has been designed to accommodate Class 8 tractors and trailers, as well as smaller vehicles.

"EVO CNG is extremely excited about the opportunity to work with Central Freight Lines in its effort to become a clean fleet," said Danny Cuzick, President of EVO CNG. "We recognize its pioneering efforts in the field of alternative fuels and look forward to working with both Trillium and Central Freight Lines in their clean fuel endeavors."

"This is our third CNG fueling facility constructed within Texas," said Don Orr, President and CEO of Central Freight Lines. "Our future plans are to expand our current 114 CNG vehicle fleet and support the operations with additional, strategically located fueling stations. Improving our transportation efficiencies is something our customers expect from us. Incorporating abundant, clean-burning, domestically produced natural gas, CNG vehicles in our fleet, will help us improve efficiencies, operate more economically, reduce pollution and support our local economy. With the addition of this Fort Worth site, EVO CNG, is joining with Central Freight Lines in creating the critical infrastructure required to meet our clean fleet initiative."

"We are excited to be partnering with EVO CNG," said Mary Boettcher, Trillium CNG president. "The joint venture combines EVO's Class 8 trucking knowledge with Trillium's 20 plus years of compressed natural gas experience. Likewise, it is a privilege to be working with Central Freight Lines, an award winning less-than-truckload carrier, who's committed to natural gas and improving air quality through the reduction of harmful carbon emissions."

About EVO Trillium, LLC

EVO Trillium is a joint venture between EVO CNG and Trillium CNG formed in 2013 to build a network of fast-fill public access CNG stations across the U.S. to serve the heavy-duty commercial trucking industry.

About EVO CNG

EVO CNG is developing a national network of fast-fill public access CNG fueling stations for the heavy-duty transportation industry. Based in Tolleson, Arizona, EVO CNG is a sister company of Freightliner of Arizona, one of the largest independent Freightliner dealerships in the United States. For more information, visit www.evocng.com.

About Trillium CNG

Trillium CNG is a leading provider of CNG to fleets, and also offers complete facility design, construction, operation and maintenance services. Our focus is on fueling heavy-duty fleets that require high-performance solutions. For more information, visit www.TrilliumCNG.com. Trillium CNG is a business unit of Integrys Energy Group Inc. (NYSE: TEG). Follow Trillium CNG on Twitter or on LinkedIn.

About Central Freight Lines:

Headquartered in Waco, Texas, Central Freight Lines is a privately held, less-than-truckload (LTL) general commodities carrier providing transportation to both emerging businesses and Fortune 500 industry leaders since 1925. The Central Freight Lines network consists of 51 terminals throughout the Southwest and is nationally recognized as one of the safest carriers on the road today. www.centralfreight.com.

For more information contact:

Tom Kiley
SVP Sales & Marketing
EVO CNG
605-366-3952
Email Contact

Scott Magnus
Director, Marketing
Trillium CNG
419-517-9972
Email Contact

Mari Ellen Borowski
Director Business Development
Central Freight Lines, Inc.
214-226-8442
Email Contact

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