Clean Energy won a renewal 3-year maintenance contract with the city of Fresno with two option years. The city uses approximately 2,000,000 gallons a year and has 112 CNG buses. Moreover, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) put 41 new CNG buses into service that will fuel at Clean Energy stations, and they are expected to use nearly 5,000,000 gallons of the Clean Energy’s Redeem biofuel over their 12-year lifecycle. Clean Energy also signed a long-term contract to provide nearly 2,000,000 gallons of Redeem annually at its city of Santa Clarita stations.
Regarding refuse truck fleets, Livermore Sanitation has executed a contract to upgrade its station, which was originally built by Clean Energy 10 years ago. In addition to adding a new compressor, the station will be outfitted with nine time-fill hoses so it can fill its expanded fleet of 35 refuse trucks in a timely manner. Clean Energy will continue to provide operations and maintenance and biomethane supply following the station upgrade.
USA Hauling and Recycling has executed its fourth CNG station with Clean Energy contract to build and operate a new 30-truck time-fill CNG station at the company’s Waterbury, Connecticut, facility. These 30 new CNG refuse trucks will use an anticipated 400,000 gallons annually. Clean Energy was also awarded a contract from the city of Philadelphia to perform its CNG garage modifications, as well as build and operate a new 42 truck time-fill CNG station. These 42 new refuse trucks are anticipated to use 220,000 gallons annually.
Long-time customer Solterra Recycling Solutions, a division of Central Jersey Waste, renewed Clean Energy’s agreement for an additional five years. Furthermore, Clean Energy has executed a one-year retail fuel contract with the city of Sacramento for a projected 350,000 gallons of Redeem to power its growing CNG refuse trucks at two retail sites.
Clean Energy was awarded city of Redlands bio-LNG supply contract for its public access natural gas station. The contract is for one year with two single year options and approximately 500,000 GGEs per year. Additionally, the county of Sacramento has signed a one-year maintenance contract with two single year options to support its refuse fleet. The station dispenses approximately 550,000 GGEs annually.
Finally, the city of Tacoma, Washington, is negotiating a multi-million dollar contract with Clean Energy following its RFP equipment solicitation to upgrade the city’s CNG station. The city plans to complete the significant station upgrade by the end of 2019 and has extended its maintenance contract with Clean Energy.
Source: Clean Energy