Following the third edition, released on February 25, 2013, the VOL. IV of “Road to Natural Gas” contains other key agreements for the refuse and other vocational industries, where it is expected that 60 percent of new refuse trucks purchased in 2013 will run on natural gas; for airport shuttles, taxis and fleets, which have used over 1.7 million gallons of natural gas in the last three months; for trucking shippers and carriers, where long-haul trucking’s transition to natural gas keeps solid; for transit segment, with approximately 35 percent of new buses purchased in 2013 projected to be fueled by natural gas.
Moreover, Clean Energy recently launched a new Facilities Modification Services business unit to meet the growing demand for maintenance facilities as more fleets transition and expand to natural gas. Regarding vehicle conversions, the company’s subsidiary BAF have also achieved partnerships with several companies and organizations willing to modify their fleets to take advantage of the economic and environmental benefits of natural gas.
Source: Clean Energy