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

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

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

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

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

Minority communities in California deserve energy choice, too

By Thomas Lawson, president of the California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition How to address California’s climate change issues in a way that works for minority communities is the topic of robust and ongoing debate, as it should be. As president of the California Natural Gas Vehicle coalition, I work tirelessly every day to educate people … 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

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