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

Clean Energy’s Redeem™ RNG Hailed as a Win-Win for the NY MTA and the Environment

Clean Energy’s Redeem™ renewable natural gas (RNG) is “reducing the environmental impact of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) 700 buses and saving the City money,” according to Craig Cirpiano, president, MTA Bus Company. Renewable natural gas “is a win-win for the MTA and the environment,” he stated in a video address at Energy … 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

RoadSigns Podcast: Alternatives to Diesel

ELECTRIC IS COMING, BUT WHAT ARE TRUCKING’S OTHER ALTERNATIVES TO DIESEL? What fuels will power the future of trucking? These days, the conversation centers on electric trucks that promise zero emissions and improved efficiency. But for all the buzz about their potential, they still face multiple challenges. In this episode we find that other alternatives, … Continued

Decarbonizing Trucking with RNG

Have you heard the corporate America buzz over ESG? ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance issues. ESG is the new and expanding standard for investors to evaluate corporate performance. The biggest investors on the planet are pushing an ESG agenda for their investments. Consider this article in Forbes regarding BlackRock. BlackRock is the world’s … Continued

Clean Energy RNG Reduces Carbon Footprint for GILLIG Buses

In March, Clean Energy began supplying GILLIG’s CNG station with 100% Redeem™ Renewable Natural Gas (RNG). RNG is identical to the conventional, fossil natural gas being supplied to their CNG station today; however, it’s more sustainable because it’s sourced from renewable materials. Unlike conventional natural gas, there is no drilling or fracking with RNG; it … 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

Austin-Bergstrom Airport Achieves Sustainability Goals with Renewable Natural Gas

The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is the third-busiest in Texas and last year broke its own record of serving nearly 17.4 million passengers. As the second fastest growing airport in the country, expansion plans are underway for added terminals and gates, a new runway and other major improvements. Along with the continuing growth is the … Continued

KeHE Distributors Invests in a Sustainable Future

Naperville, IL – March 24, 2020 — KeHE Distributors, a leading natural & organic, fresh and specialty distributor has partnered with Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ: CLNE) to add low-carbon emission trucks fueled with renewable natural gas (RNG) to their California fleet in 2020. By swapping five diesel trucks with natural gas trucks, KeHE expects … 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

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