Clean Energy Fuels has signed a new agreement to operate and maintain the City of Phoenix transit bus facilities, which dispense an estimated 4.8 million gallons of natural gas per year.
In addition, the company was awarded a station upgrade contract to install new equipment for the West County Transportation Authority (WCTA), Santa Rosa, California, along with a long-term service agreement, during which the fleet of 39 school buses are expected to fuel with 800,000 gallons of its renewable fuel Redeem.
Access Services has deployed 20 newly certified CNG Dodge Promasters in partnership with its contractors for paratransit service in Southern California. Clean Energy signed a fueling agreement with Southland Transit, an Access Services contractor, for an expected 800,000 gallons of Redeem.
Clean Energy has also signed a renewable natural gas contract with the California Department of General Services for the benefit of Solano County Transit (SolTrans), California for its fleet of 19 buses for an anticipated 600,000 gallons of Redeem.
The City of Gardena, California has inked a network fueling contract for 18 CNG transit buses at the Clean Energy station at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). This first round of CNG buses will fuel with an expected 150,000 gallons of renewable natural gas annually.
The City of Lodi, California has signed a multi-year contract for an estimated 246,000 gallons of Redeem to power 37 buses and city fleet vehicles.
Finally, and after obtaining grant funding to migrate its buses to biomethane, Anaheim Union High School in California has signed a contract with Clean Energy for an estimated 135,000 gallons of Redeem to fuel 15 new school buses.
Source: Clean Energy Fuels