RNG: Moving Beyond Zero Emissions

By Greg Roche, Vice President of Sales, National Accounts at Clean Energy Renewable natural gas, or RNG, has been receiving a lot of buzz lately. You may have seen this recent headline: UPS Makes Largest Purchase of Renewable Natural Gas Ever In The U.S. UPS contracted with Clean Energy to purchase 170 million gallon equivalents … Continued

3 Reasons Why Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Is A Game Changer

This blog was written in collaboration with Longitudes, the UPS blog devoted to the trends shaping the global economy. UPS just announced the largest renewable natural gas (RNG) order in U.S. history. By switching from diesel to RNG, UPS vehicles fueling at 18 company-owned and operated natural gas stations across 12 states will realize a significant reduction in … Continued

What Do Drivers Say About Today’s Natural Gas Trucks?

We captured feedback from drivers in the near-zero RNG truck demonstration project. The technology has come a long way since the first units deployed 10 years ago. Drivers give RNG trucks a big “thumbs up”. See what drivers have to say in the videos below. Enjoy! Truck Drivers Like the Performance of RNG Trucks Near-zero … Continued

Clean Energy’s Ashley White on How to Get to Zero Carbon Transportation Fuel

Clean Energy is the largest provider of provider renewable natural gas (RNG) transportation fuel in the U.S., and it’s on the road to decarbonizing its own supply chain and the commercial fueling industry. Director and Head of Corporate Sustainability Ashley White outlines the industry’s most aggressive sustainability goals, which includes Clean Energy getting to a … Continued

Near-Zero Trucks Demonstrated at Ports of LA & Long Beach

Did you know that near-zero trucks have been operating in the Ports of LA and Long Beach over the past two years? There are 21 near-zero trucks in the Ports that were deployed before commercial availability of the near-zero engine. The trucks were supported through various funding programs from AQMD, California Energy Commission, Port of … Continued

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 … Continued

1 Million Gallons and Counting…City of Chesapeake Keeps the CNG Flowing

A journey that started in September 2012 advanced this week when the City of Chesapeake, VA pumped its millionth gallon of compressed natural gas (CNG) into its city’s fleet vehicles. What began as six trucks running on Clean Energy’s diesel-alternative fuel has grown to a fleet of 50 CNG solid waste trucks now in service. … Continued

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

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