James Harger, Chief Marketing Officer, Clean Energy, said, “We are proud to partner with Saddle Creek, an environmental leader within the freight community, on this natural gas station development effort. Investing in natural gas vehicles for its fleets, and the fuel stations to supply them, is clear evidence of Saddle Creek’s commitment to help the supply chain trucking industry lower fuel costs, curtail harmful emissions, and reduce dependence on imported oil.”
Mike DelBovo, President, Saddle Creek Transportation, said, “Sustainability is a core strategy at Saddle Creek, and this major new station-building agreement with Clean Energy marks a significant milestone in our efforts to transition our truck fleets to natural gas power. Our aim is to provide the benefits of this clean, cost-efficient, abundant domestic fuel to our shipping industry customers across the nation.”
Source: Clean Energy.