2019 in Review: The Year of Redeem

The demand for clean, cost-effective renewable natural gas (RNG) as a transportation fuel continued to rise in 2019. In the third quarter of this year alone Clean Energy realized 6.8 million gallons in new fuel contracts, along with an increase in contracts for station construction, fueling infrastructure upgrades and service agreements. From California to New York, … 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

We Must Embrace Alternatives to Diesel to Tackle Emissions

By Andrew J. Littlefair, President and CEO, Clean Energy The Los Angeles and Long Beach areas continue to have the worst air quality in the county, a dubious honor that the American Lung Association has bestowed on us for over a decade. Much of the responsibility for our air and climate pollution lays at the … Continued

Clean Energy Commends CARB on Recommendations for Los Angeles Port Complex

Clean Energy applauds the California Air Resources Board for encouraging the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach to set emission standards for clean trucks under the Clean Air Action Plan. This includes encouraging emissions reductions with incentives that would recognize low-NOx trucks from conventional combustion engines and reward the use of clean … Continued

Clean Energy Mourns the Loss of Co-Founder T. Boone Pickens

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – September 11, 2019 – Clean Energy co-founder T. Boone Pickens, a self-made Texas oil tycoon, energy entrepreneur, and long-time resident of Dallas died today at age 91. The following is a statement by Andrew J. Littlefair, president and Chief Executive Officer, Clean Energy: “Words cannot express the sadness the Clean Energy … Continued

Everyone’s Talking About RNG – Here’s What You Need to Know

By Sahar Kamali, director of business development, Renewables, Clean Energy Renewable energy comes from sources that are not depleted when used, such as wind or sunlight. But did you know that there is a renewable fuel that can be used to fill up the tank and power a heavy-duty truck, concrete mixer or refuse collection … Continued

Opposition to Defunding Low NOx Vehicles

There are 42 leading organizations working to clean California’s air and meet greenhouse gas emission reduction goals that are in strong opposition to any recommendations to defund low NOx (near zero) heavy-duty vehicles. The goal of this diverse coalition is to work collaboratively with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to preserve funding for low … Continued

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

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