Clean Energy has signed a significant CNG station upgrade agreement for long-time customer Alameda County Industries (ACI). The upgrade is expected to accommodate the addition of approximately 50 new refuse trucks that are scheduled to service ACI’s newly awarded municipal solid waste collection contracts with the cities of Castro Valley and San Ramon. ACI anticipates the fleet will consume 300,000 incremental gallons of Clean Energy’s Redeem annually. Clean Energy constructed the original station in 2014 and is scheduled to complete the upgrade by the end of 2019.
Moreover, Burrtec Waste Industries (Burrtec) signed a 7-year O&M contract extension for its CNG fuel stations located in Fontana and Santa Clarita. The agreement also incorporates Burrtec’s CNG station located in Azusa, which was previously not maintained by Clean Energy. The three stations support the fueling operations of over 130 natural gas refuse trucks and are expected to deliver over 9 million gallons throughout the life of the contract.
The city of Tacoma has also signed a multi-million-dollar CNG equipment supply contract with Clean Energy to build a new private station. The station is scheduled to be completed in early 2020 and is designed to fuel 75 municipal refuse trucks. The city also extended Clean Energy’s maintenance contract for the existing station.
In addition, the city of Redlands awarded Clean Energy a 3-year bio-LNG supply contract for an estimated 1.8 million gallons of Redeem for its public access station. The station provides fuel to the city’s 40-truck refuse fleet, along with local refuse trucks and school buses. Clean Energy also received an extension on its existing maintenance contract.
Finally, the city of Sacramento has executed a 3-year retail fuel contract for an anticipated 700,000 gallons of Redeem for its growing fleet of 40 natural gas refuse trucks.
Source: Clean Energy