Clean Energy Fuels Corp. announced new fuel agreements for its Redeem™ renewable natural gas, along with multiple station expansions to accommodate the continued demand for the ultra-low carbon fuel produced from organic waste, across key sectors of the transportation industry.
“Despite this unprecedented challenging time that the country is experiencing with COVID-19, Clean Energy continues to expand the use of a clean, ultra-low carbon fuel to fleets,” said Chad Lindholm, vice president, Clean Energy.
“Many of our customers including heavy-duty trucking, refuse, and transit agencies are performing heroic duty by continuing to operate under extreme difficult circumstances. We applaud them and will support them any way we can.”
Clean Energy has completed a time-fill station upgrade for the city of Chesapeake, VA which recently obtained 12 new natural gas refuse trucks increasing its fleet to 60.
The contract calls for an approximate 2.5 million gallons over five years and includes operations and maintenance.
Clean Energy also completed construction of its fourth station for USA Hauling at their Waterbury, CT yard. The 30-truck private time-fill station will dispense an estimated 1.8 million gallons over the five-year contract which also includes operations and maintenance.
Source: Clean Energy