Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has announced that fuelling has begun at its Amarillo, Texas and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma as part of America’s Natural Gas Highway stations to serve UPS’ growing heavy duty LNG truck fleet. Additional truck fuelling agreements have also been announced for fleets across Clean Energy’s nationwide network from California to Florida. Clean Energy and its customers were also awarded grant funds by Pennsylvania for LCNG infrastructure development and heavy duty natural gas vehicle conversions. Clean Energy’s final announcement was the commencement of production and sales of its Redeem biomethane fuel at its Memphis, Tennessee production plant.
John Warren, president, EJ Madison, ‘the initial 20 LNG dual fuel conversions have proven to be a solid business move which is why we’re more than doubling the size of this fleet to continue to provide superior service to our customers at a competitive cost. I believe the future of long haul trucking is here, it’s cleaner and it’s promising.’
Jeff Dillion, president, Dillon Transport, ‘Clean Energy has been a trusted fuel provider for years. As our natural gas fuelling needs have expanded, Clean Energy has grown with us to include station design, construction and maintenance, and continues to fuel our growing fleet of heavy duty natural gas trucks.’
Adapted from press release by Claira Lloyd
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