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Clean Energy wins airport shuttle fueling contract

Posted on April 16, 2009

The Parking Spot (TPS), a U.S. near-airport parking service provider, has awarded Clean Energy Fuels Corp. a contract to support the transition of their parking shuttle fleet to compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel at its Austin Bergstrom, Dallas Love Field and Los Angeles International Airport facilities.

 

As part of the The Parking Spot's fueling services agreement, Clean Energy will design, build and maintain three CNG fueling stations located on TPS-owned properties adjacent to facilities in Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston, with the potential to convert The Parking Spot's fleet nationwide.

 

The Parking Spot's yellow-and-black spotted shuttles assist guests at 18 locations serving 12 U.S. airports in 10 cities, including Atlanta, Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, Phoenix and St. Louis. 

 

 

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