All 550 Clean Energy stations have remained fully operational during the Covid-19 crisis and continue to provide access to customers that are supplying essential services. With the largest technician base in North America, Clean Energy keeps serving fleet operators while protecting the health and safety of both its employees and customers.
Clean Energy has signed a contract with Republic Services in Las Vegas to upgrade station equipment and add 92 fueling spots which in total will provide an approximate 3.7 million gallons of renewable natural gas per year. In Chula Vista, Clean Energy also signed an agreement with Republic Services for a station upgrade that will add 35 fueling spots and total an estimated 612,000 gallons per year.
Recology King County, a Seattle-based waste management company, has signed a 10-year operations and maintenance agreement for its station, which will fuel an anticipated 10 million gallons over the life of the contract. The station, originally constructed by Clean Energy in 2011, supports approximately 100 refuse trucks.
The County of Sacramento renewed its agreement with Clean Energy to provide maintenance services at the county’s CNG and LNG station. The CNG station supports the fueling needs at the county’s airport while the LNG station is heavily utilized by the county’s refuse trucks. Combined, these stations should dispense over 750,000 gallons annually.
Refuse company Tidewater Fibre Corporation in Chesapeake, VA extended its service contract at a CNG station fueling around 40 of its natural gas refuse trucks with an approximate 440,000 gallons annually.
FCC Environmental Services has signed a multi-year CNG station maintenance agreement with Clean Energy for their Volusia County, FL operations. FCC will be serving the county with 35 CNG waste and recycling trucks anticipated to use over 300,000 gallons annually.
In Clean Energy’s first renewable natural gas supply agreement with a California School District, Garden Grove Unified School District signed a 5-year supply for approximate 575,000 gallons to fuel 67 vehicles.
Clean Energy received an extension with the Atlantic County Utilities Authority in New Jersey for operations, maintenance, retail, billing and marketing services for 40 trucks for an estimated 560,000 gallons per year.
K&I Services, Inc. in Bakersfield, CA has signed an agreement to purchase seven new trucks through Clean Energy’s Zero Now, a program that brings the cost of a natural gas truck at parity with a diesel truck while offering a guaranteed fuel discount. Clean Energy will supply K&I with an estimated 540,000 gallons of Redeem biomethane over the 5-year contract for waste transfer trucks that will service the LA County Department of Sanitation and fuel at the Clean Energy station in Whittier.
Sacramento-based trucking company Matheson Postal Services signed an extension to its fueling agreement with Clean Energy for 80 CNG tractors operating in service to the U.S. Postal Service. Matheson is a top-tier transportation provider to the U.S. Postal Service.
Clean Energy expanded fueling services into the medium-duty box truck space with Packair Freight, which provides deliveries to movie sets. Packair recently purchased its first CNG medium-duty box truck for service at LAX and is looking to acquire additional units.
Source: Clean Energy