Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has become the first company to offer both CNG and LNG in the Texas Triangle.
Fueling has begun at its Valdosts, Ga., and London, Ohio, America’s Natural Gas Highway stations to serve Raven Transport and Epes’ fleets of heavy duty liquefied natural gas trucks.
An agreement with PECO has also been entered whereby Clean Energy will operate PECO’s CNG stations throughout the greater Philadelphia area.
Clean Energy will upgrade the equipment at six exiting PECO CNG stations and manage all new and existing retail sales and fleet accounts. The stations will remain in operation during the equipment upgrades. PECO will continue to provide natural gas to the stations and will use these stations for their fleet fueling needs.
‘The agreement with Clean Energy will help us to continue to support and grow the CNG infrastructure in our region’, said Craig Adams, President and CEO of PECO.
Select fuelling agreements were also announced in the transit sector, which build on Clean Energy’s portfolio of natural gas fuel customers across the country.
Adapted from a press release by Emma McAleavey.
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