2020 in Review: The Year of Essential and Sustainable RNG

In 2020, as our country worked its way through the pandemic and toward a resilient future, Clean Energy remained a leader in the journey to a more sustainable world.  When the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic forced many businesses to close, Clean Energy continued to operate as an essential business through the lockdown. All 550 … Continued

CalPortland® Commissions CNG Fueling Hub and Near-Zero Bulk Hauler Fleet

Glendora, CA, Dec. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CalPortland® Company announces the launch of its Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) powered bulk hauler truck fleet, which will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) and smog-causing emissions. The company commissioned 24 new “Near-Zero Emission” bulk hauler trucks that will transport cement to customers in Southern California. CalPortland’s “Near-Zero” vehicles … Continued

Transforming the Transportation Industry

Clean Energy is pushing the needle toward a more resilient, sustainable future with renewable natural gas By Brian Alvarado With global warming and the health of our earth and its citizens in full focus due to the pandemic, anything our industry can do to contribute to our well-being is more important than ever. For Newport … Continued

The Potential for Renewable Natural Gas in Truck Fleets

By Katie Fehrenbacher, Senior Writer and Transportation Analyst, GreenBiz Group The end goal for much of transportation is to “electrify everything.” But the reality is that today, when the market for heavy-duty electric trucks is still nascent, there are other cost-effective and low-emission fuel options that fleets that run big vehicles — such as garbage trucks or semi-trucks — are … Continued

Fletcher amendment to expand affordable clean heavy-duty transportation approved with bipartisan support

House Committee Markup of Surface Transportation Bill Preserves Natural Gas Refueling in Alternative Fuels Corridors Program Washington, DC – With strong bipartisan support, an amendment by Rep. Lizzie Fletcher (TX-7) to include natural gas and propane refueling in a national program to expand alternative fuel vehicle use passed in the U.S. House Transportation & Infrastructure … Continued

WEBINAR: Advancing Clean Air & Climate Goals with Clean Fuel Trucks

The New York City Clean Trucks Program has launched in the South Bronx! Watch the webinar to learn more. The ‘Advancing Clean Air & Climate Goals with Clean Fuel Trucks’ webinar was co-hosted by Empire Clean Cities, Energy Vision, and NYC Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) with presentations from NYS Senator Alessandra Biaggi, WE ACT … Continued

Influx of California RNG Fuels Local Economy & Protects Climate

by Todd Campbell, Vice President Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Clean Energy Natural gas is the leading alternative to diesel in medium- and heavy-duty vehicles in California. Over 200 million gasoline equivalent gallons (GGE) of natural gas are consumed every year by buses and trucks in California. Much of that is used here in the … Continued

9 Reasons to Act Now: Part III

Fighting Our Climate Crisis and Air Pollution with Advanced Clean Trucks Powered by Renewable Natural Gas Soon the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will adopt policies that determine the future of port trucks. Some stakeholders will argue for policies that prioritize business and port competitiveness over health. Others will advocate for policies that … Continued

9 Reasons to Act Now: Part II

Fighting Our Climate Crisis and Air Pollution with Advanced Clean Trucks Powered by Renewable Natural Gas Soon the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will adopt policies that determine the future of port trucks. Some stakeholders will argue for policies that prioritize business and port competitiveness over health. Others will advocate for policies that only … Continued

9 Reasons to Act Now: Part I

Fighting Our Climate Crisis and Air Pollution with Advanced Clean Trucks Powered by Renewable Natural Gas Soon the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will adopt policies that determine the future of port trucks. Some stakeholders will argue for policies that prioritize business and port competitiveness over health. Others will advocate for policies that only … Continued

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