November 7, 2013
Within three years, the agency is expected to use approximately 700,000 diesel gallon equivalents of CNG per year, which reduces greenhouse gases by 1,622 metric tons per year, the equivalent of taking 335 cars off the road per year.
October 3, 2012
Company also plans to build CNG fueling stations and provide CNG vehicle conversions for Commonwealth and local Virginia governments that want to take advantage of the benefits of natural gas as a transportation fuel.
August 2, 2012
List includes trucking companies, refuse haulers, fleet operators, airports, municipalities and other organizations that have signed new or expanded existing agreements with the company.
March 21, 2012
Montebello Bus Lines' CNG fueling station was built by Clean Energy.
February 23, 2012
The project at the South Terminus of the MAX Green and Yellow lines will produce approximately 65,000 kilowatt hours of energy annually, offsetting energy used by site lighting and two light rail electrical system buildings. The excess energy produced will add clean energy to the Portland General Electric grid.
February 7, 2011
Received a $2.1 million contract to build a new CNG fueling station at the Montebello Bus Lines facility. ARRA funds will cover the entire cost of the station’s construction, and the first year’s preventive maintenance costs and 24-hour emergency response services.
May 3, 2010
Under the terms of the new five-year fuel agreement, SuperShuttle vans will fuel up at existing and future public access stations located at airports including Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
April 12, 2010
Over the next 18 months, Clean Energy will reconfigure and upgrade the CNG fueling station compressor equipment at four Clean Energy-operated Metro fueling locations. Funding for the project came from ARRA.
November 23, 2009
Will design, build and maintain a new public access CNG fuel station. The facility will operate 24/7 to support ACUA's growing fleet of CNG refuse trucks, as well municipal and private CNG fleet vehicles in the area.
September 25, 2009
Purchase price is approximately $8.3 million. BAF services include natural gas vehicle conversions, alternative fuel systems and research and development. Its vehicle conversions include taxis, limousines, vans, pick-up trucks and shuttle buses.
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