Clean Energy Fuels has signed new and extended contracts for more than 20 million gallons of Redeem™ renewable natural gas to accommodate the continued demand across key business segments for the ultra-low carbon fuel produced from organic waste.
Regarding waste collection sector, the company has been awarded a contract to build a fueling station that will accommodate both fast- and time-filling for the City of Sacramento, along with a long-term operations and maintenance (O&M) agreement, to fuel more than 100 natural gas refuse trucks with an anticipated 8 million gallons of biomethane for the next 10 years.
The City and County of Sacramento have also extended their renewable natural gas supply agreement with Clean Energy, which provides the biofuel to three different LNG stations in the region, for a total annual consumption expected to exceed 1.2 million gallons.
Clean Energy has also entered into a network fuel agreement with Athens Services in Los Angeles to support its growing CNG refuse fleet. Athens will utilize the Clean Energy network of public stations throughout Southern California and is expected to consume over 1 million gallons each year.
The County of Denver has signed a three-year service agreement for its CNG station, which provides fuel to over 30 CNG refuse trucks for an expected 750,000 gallons.
Clean Energy signed a two-year contract with LA County Sanitation to dispense LA County’s locally generated renewable natural gas at its public station in Carson which uses an estimated 720,000 gallons of fuel.
Tidewater Fibre in Virginia has extended its service contract renewal for 50 refuse trucks using an approximate 500,000 gallons per year.
Suffolk County in New York has inked a long-term service agreement for 15 utility trucks for an anticipated 120,000 gallons of CNG.
The City of Lexington, KY has signed a contract for a 15-truck time-fill and defueling hose upgrade and services, for an estimated 150,000 additional gallons per year.
The City of Philadelphia extended its fuel agreement for refuse trucks to continue fueling at Clean Energy’s Philadelphia Airport station while its private 40-truck station (being built by Clean Energy) is completed at the end of the year. The contract is for 16 refuse trucks for an estimated 100,000 gallons.
Noble Environmental in Pennsylvania has purchased a CNG mobile unit, along with monthly services, to fuel its refuse trucks until Clean Energy completes construction of a permanent station.
In addition, Clean Energy is completing the construction of a Republic Services combination time-fill/fast-fill station in Sacramento, CA that will fuel 80 solid waste trucks to support growing operations in the Sacramento region. The station will fuel an expected 1.1 million gallons of Redeem through 2023.
In Las Vegas, Clean Energy is expanding Republic Services’ largest natural gas truck yard in the country, adding 92 time-fill fueling spots. The station will provide approximately 3.2 million gallons of Redeem per year, which will increase by 837,000 gallons when at full capacity.
Clean Energy has also increased station capacity at Republic Service stations in San Diego and in Chula Vista, CA, resulting in additional volume of an estimated 400,000 gallons of Redeem per year.
Finally, Clean Energy has signed an agreement to build a station for Republic Services in Freemont, CA to accommodate 66 new trucks in the coming years that will result in an approximate increase of 600,000 gallons.
Source: Clean Energy