Clean Energy Supports PHL Airport Switch to Natural Gas Shuttle Fleet

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is switching its entire fleet of shuttle buses from diesel to compressed natural gas (CNG) as part of a sustainability initiative to reduce toxic emissions, decrease noise volume, and lower fuel costs. First Transit, the largest private-sector provider of mobility solutions in North America and provider of shuttle bus services at … Continued

Big Plans for Big Natural Gas Trucks

Dale Lunan, Americas Editor, Natural Gas World, speaks with Clean Energy President and CEO Andrew J. Littlefair about the company’s history and big plans for the future. Both a retrospective and forward-looking article about Clean Energy, this reprint courtesy of Natural Gas World.

Near-Zero Emission Trucks Deployed in Busiest Port Complex

Reprinted courtesy of ACT News By Todd Campbell Chairman of the Board of Directors, CNGVP Vice President, Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Clean Energy The air is getting cleaner in the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, thanks to the efforts of six progressive harbor trucking firms that are demonstrating we can slash transportation emissions … Continued

Is Renewable Natural Gas a Fossil Fuel?

Reprinted courtesy of ACT News By Todd Campbell Chairman of the Board of Directors, CNGVP Vice President, Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Clean Energy Is natural gas renewable? What is renewable natural gas? Is renewable natural gas a fossil fuel? To those of us in the industry, these questions may sound like no-brainers. However, I … Continued

California Voters Support Immediate Near-Zero Solution to Improve Air Quality

California voters living in areas impacted by pollution from commercial vehicles are in favor of immediately deploying near-zero heavy-duty trucks to combat harmful emissions and will look to a zero-emission solution once it’s ready to deploy on a larger scale. A survey commissioned by the Coalition for Clean Air (CCA) found that an overwhelming 90 … Continued

White Paper: Emissions and Global Warming

Climate change, global warming, and greenhouse gases have become a source of consternation for cities and nations around the globe. Scientists have determined that carbon dioxide emissions from vehicles are the primary source, but the metrics used to measure them can differ widely. Emission metrics are critical for governments, companies, and individuals looking to quantify … Continued

Natural Gas Buses – A Cost, Operational and Environmental Alternative

More Canadian cities are transitioning their public transportation fleets away from diesel-powered buses and opting for transit vehicles fueled by natural gas, a trend that is gaining momentum across North America and worldwide. This is due in part to government regulations that mandate a reduction in nitrogen oxide and greenhouse gas emissions that harm air quality, as well as a heightened … Continued

Clean Energy Fueling Partner Dekalb County Named #1 Fleet in North America, Awarded Outstanding Achievement in Public Fleet Management

The DeKalb County, GA Fleet Management Department, which is fueled and maintained by Clean Energy, was ranked #1 by “The 100 Best Fleets in the Americas™” out of 38,000 public fleets in North America. DeKalb County was also awarded a FLEXY (Fleet Excellence Award) for “Outstanding Achievement in Public Fleet Management” from the NAFA Fleet … Continued

Clean Energy Helps City of Red Deer Buses Go Green, Keep Rolling

Following a 2014 study of green initiatives, the City of Red Deer decided to move its bus fleet away from diesel fuel to compressed natural gas (CNG). The municipality chose CNG buses over all other bus alternatives due to their financial, operational, environmental, public health, and mobility benefits. This fleet transition included designing, building, and … Continued

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