Clean Energy announces the construction of new stations and renewable natural gas fuel contracts for waste, transit, trucking and municipal customers.
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. announced new fuel deals for its Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) exchange, as well as several station expansions to meet the continued demand for ultra-low carbon fuel produced from organic waste, in key sectors of the transport industry.
âDespite this unprecedented difficult period the country is going through with COVID-19, Clean Energy continues to expand the use of clean, ultra-low carbon fuel to fleets,â said Chad Lindholm, vice president , Clean Energy. âMany of our customers, including heavy trucks, garbage and transit agencies, are performing a heroic duty in continuing to operate under extremely difficult circumstances. We applaud them and will support them in any way we can. “
Clean Energy completed a filling station upgrade in time for the town of Chesapeake, Va .; construction of its fourth station for USA Hauling in Waterbury, Connecticut; and the construction of its fifth station with South Jersey Gas in Cape May County, New Jersey. The company also announced the update to its natural gas station in the city of Long Beach, California.
Clean Energy has signed contracts with Republic Services in Las Vegas to modernize the station’s equipment and add 92 RNG refueling points; with Republic Services in Chula Vista, Calif., for a station upgrade that will add 35 refueling points; with Recology King County, a Seattle-based waste management company, for a 10-year operation and maintenance agreement for one station; with Sacramento County to provide maintenance services to the county’s CNG and LNG station; with household garbage company Tidewater Fiber Corporation in Chesapeake, Virginia, to extend its service contract at a CNG station powering approximately 40 of its CNG garbage trucks; with FCC Environmental Services in Florida, it signed a multi-year CNG station maintenance agreement for their operations in Volusia County.