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Clean Energy Continues to Grow with New and Existing Customers


This week, Clean Energy announced numerous agreements across the refuse and trucking markets, including the construction of new stations and extended maintenance and fueling contracts. In trucking, long-time customer Dillon Transportation signed a new agreement with Clean Energy to fuel its heavy duty trucks in Texas with Redeem, Clean Energy’s RNG fuel. Dillon currently operates 72 CNG and LNG trucks out of Dallas, San Antonio, Midland and Houston, which now fuel with Redeem to meet its customers’ sustainability goals. In 2015, Dillon’s fleet consumed 1.1 million GGEs of natural gas in Texas.

Raven Transport will deploy an additional 10 new LNG tractors out of Clean Energy’s Fort Worth, Texas, station starting in early March, which are expected to consume approximately 220,000 GGEs annually. The fueling contract runs through 2020.

Blackrock Logistics, based out of Pleasanton, California, has deployed 10 CNG trucks for its fleet and will be fueling at Clean Energy’s Fontana, California, station. The new three-year fueling agreement represents approximately 110,000 GGEs of CNG each year.

In refuse, Clean Energy will design, build, lease and operate a new station in Orange County, Florida, for FCC, a multi-national construction firm that was awarded a refuse collection contract with the county. FCC has deployed 46 CNG trucks for that contract and will be fueling at Clean Energy’s Orlando International Airport station until the new station is completed. FCC is anticipated to consume close to 410,000 GGEs per year.

Clean Energy has signed a contract to design and build two stations for Recology, one of the largest private refuse fleets in the country. In Brisbane, California, Clean Energy will design and build a time-fill and fast-fill station to support Recology’s current fleet of 64 CNG trucks, and be able to support their growth to 200 trucks in the future. At Recology’s Gilroy, California station, Clean Energy will design and build a time-fill station to support 50 CNG trucks.

Harrison Brothers Enterprises has signed a station design and build contract with Clean Energy to support their fleet of 13 CNG refuse trucks. The station will include 24 fueling hoses and have the capacity to fuel over 100 trucks, supporting the refuse haulers plans to expand their use of CNG as their fueling solution of choice.