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Clean Energy RNG Fuel for Ryder Trucks

November 12, 2015 in Biomethane, CNG, Companies, LNG, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Ryder Trucks in California to Use ‘Redeem’ Brand Biomethane,
Clean Energy to Provide Fuel Station Maintenance Services Too

Ryder System natural gas vehicles fueling in Orange and Fontana, Calif. will use “Redeem” brand renewable natural gas from Clean Energy Fuels, the companies said today. The agreement covers both CNG/compressed natural gas and LNG/liquefied natural gas.

CR&R-Greenlane Truck Biomethane

September 21, 2015 in Biofuels, Biomethane, CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Greenlane Is Supporting a New Digester in Southern California
With an Initial Production Target of One Million DGEs Per Year:
State’s First for ‘Pipeline-Quality RNG from Organics Recycling’

CR&R Waste & Recycling expects by this coming fourth quarter to be producing organic refuse-derived biomethane to fuel its natural gas truck fleet. UK-based Greenlane Biogas is providing engineering services to upgrade product from a new anaerobic digester in Perris, Calif., southeast of Los Angeles. Initial annual output is pegged at about a million diesel gallon equivalents.

Sacramento County CNG by TruStar

August 7, 2015 in Biomethane, CNG, Infrastructure, LNG, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

County and Clean Cities Officials Celebrate $1.9 Million Station

TruStar Energy and officials in Sacramento this week celebrated the opening of a new $1.9 million compressed natural gas fueling station to support County refuse trucks and an increasing number of other natural gas vehicles.

CLNE’s Redeem for Big Blue Bus Line

July 17, 2015 in Biomethane, CNG, LNG, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Santa Monica’s CNG and LNG Buses Will All Run on RNG,
Which is Supplied in Liquid Form on a ‘Cost-Neutral’ Basis

The City of Santa Monica in Southern California is trumpeting its shift not only to near 100% natural gas operation but its commitment to biomethane for all of the natural gas buses on its Big Blue Bus line. The supplier is Clean Energy Renewables, which furnishes its Redeem brand landfill-derived liquefied natural gas.

Clean Energy Fuels Tightens Its Branding

May 28, 2015 in Biomethane, CNG, Companies, LNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

IMW, NorthStar and CERF Names Are Being Phased Out

Clean Energy Fuels is tightening up its act, advising at its annual shareholders’ meeting today that three subsidiaries “have been renamed and redefined as divisions.”

Clean Energy Fuels is consolidating the brands for its compressor, LNG and renewable natural gas business units.

Clean Energy Fuels is consolidating the brands for its compressor, LNG and renewable natural gas business units.

“The strategic importance of unifying our divisions under a single Clean Energy mark and brand identity cannot be understated,” president and CEO Andrew Littlefair said in a release.

  • Natural gas compressor supplier IMW – North America’s largest sole manufacturer of non-lubricated gas compressors and related technologies with compressor sales in more than 25 countries – is now Clean Energy Compression;
  • Liquefied natural gas infrastructure specialist NorthStar – with an engineering and construction team responsible for building more than 70% of the U.S. network of turnkey LNG/LCNG private fleet fueling stations – is now Clean Energy Cryogenics; and
  • “Redeem” brand biomethane supplier CERF (Clean Energy Renewable Fuels) – which operates biomethane processing facilities in Tennessee and Michigan and is a leading marketer of RNG/renewable natural gas – is now Clean Energy Renewables.

“This move will strengthen our reputation and broaden our recognition as well as eliminate any confusion for our customers and other partners,” Littlefair said.

“The name changes “will not change operational practices, management infrastructure or business objectives,” Clean Energy said.

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Source: Clean Energy Fuels with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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