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2018 Year in Review

At Clean Energy we believe that natural gas-fueled trucks, transportation, and commercial vehicles are the best and most immediate solution for eliminating the negative impact of pollutants from diesel fuel and combating climate change. With new advancements in engine technology, coupled with a wider adoption of natural gas, the transportation industry has come a long way in reducing the amount of toxic emissions on our roads, highways, and communities.

In 2018, we continued this momentum and saw a heightened interest in Redeem™, the world’s first renewable and commercially available vehicle fuel made entirely from 100% organic waste. In driving the expansion of RNG as a transportation fuel, we have reduced reliance on extracted fossil fuels and furthered our customer’s sustainability goals, while delivering a seamless transition to cleaner, greener fleets. Clean Energy also championed a near-zero fueling solution, combining Redeem
with revolutionary engine technology, to reduce smog-forming NOx emissions by 90% over the current EPA standard, and produce 70% less greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than diesel trucks.

In 2018, Clean Energy gained a wider acceptance and understanding of natural gas as an alternative transportation fuel, and increased adoption in many vehicle segments including trucking, public transportation, refuse, ready mix, airports, and delivery. We continue to promote the growth of natural gas as a stable, cost effective, and domestic energy source that can significantly reduce GHG emissions in the transportation sector and protect populations from harmful diesel gas toxins.

We take pride in our ability to deliver a cleaner fuel to these cities and towns across North America to improve the health and lives of our customers and the communities they operate in. Protecting our local neighborhoods and residents is consistent with our founding principles and our responsibility as a leader in our industry.

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