“Every day across America, we are partnering with public transit providers to fuel over 5,000 natural gas buses, as well as, helping them implement and expand their cost-effective, clean-fuel programs. We are delighted to have the opportunity to support the Atlantic City Jitney Association as they implement this important, exemplary fleet transition effort,” stated Clean Energy’s Chief Marketing Officer James Harger.
Moreover, ACJA’s president Tom Woodruff remarked their commitment to switching the entire fleet to 100 percent compressed natural gas. “CNG fuel prices are consistently lower than gasoline or diesel, and CNG extends vehicle life because it causes less engine wear and tear. Add the fact that clean-burning CNG is better for the environment, and the choice was obvious,” he said.
Source: Clean Energy Corp.