The company today announced it will open a natural gas station to fuel heavy-duty vehicles for Giant/Martin’s, the large grocery retailer. The site is located at the Carlisle Flying J, 1501 Harrisburg Pike, Carlisle, Penn.
More NGV truck deployment projects are in progress with Clean Energy’s support around the U.S. As an example, Clean Harbors, Inc. plans to roll out CNG and LNG heavy-duty vehicles operating in California and Texas. The new fleet will fuel at the provider’s public fueling network and is forecasted to consume nearly 180,000 DGEs annually.
In the refuse sector, Salt Lake County plans to fuel 25 new CNG trucks once a new private time-fill station built by Clean Energy is operational, which is expected by mid-2015. This fleet is forecasted to double to 50 trucks and consume approximately 500,000 GGEs of CNG annually once fully-deployed.
The new station marks Clean Energy’s expansion into Utah and will feature a redundant compression system designed to fuel 50 trucks. The company will support this station by opening a new parts warehouse in Salt Lake County as well as hiring a full-time station technician for the area.
Last but not least, Clean Energy reported that 43 new fleet customers had begun fueling at its nationwide network of natural gas stations in the third-quarter of 2014.
Source: Clean Energy Fuels Corp.