Sharp Energy to build headquarters facility, autogas station

September 15, 2015 By    
Sharp Energy, Chesapeake Utilities to create autogas station and headquarters in Delaware

From left: Brian Pettyjohn, Delaware state senator; Morgan Ellis of Clean Cities Coalition; Craig Crouch, CEO of Kent-Sussex Industries Inc.; Michael P. McMasters, president and CEO of Chesapeake Utilities; and S. Robert Zola, president of Sharp Energy.

Chesapeake Utilities Corp. and its subsidiary, Sharp Energy, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Sept. 3 at the new Sharp Energy headquarters and propane autogas fueling station in Georgetown, Del.

Chesapeake Utilities, Sharp Energy, state officials and city officials attended the event.

According to Sharp Energy, the $6 million headquarters spans about 12 acres and will house 40 employees. Sharp Energy anticipates construction of the 18,000-square-foot headquarters facility and autogas station to be completed in 2016.

Sharp Energy plans to house its retail and supply functions at the Georgetown headquarters. Sharp Energy adds that its new headquarters will provide it with increased storage capacity. Additionally, Sharp Energy’s autogas fueling station will create a centralized public dispensing center for autogas in Delaware, eastern Maryland and eastern Virginia.

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