|TRANSIT:||Long Beach Public Transportation Company (LBT) Signs New Multi-Year Operation and Maintenance Agreement to Fuel with Clean Energy|
- LBT has deployed 64 compressed natural gas (CNG) buses and has the capacity to serve up to 110 buses at its CNG station.
- If LBT were to reach capacity of 110 CNG buses, this fleet could consume 1.5 million gasoline gallon equivalents (GGEs) of CNG per year.
- LBT’s CNG fleet fuels at its private CNG fueling facility which Clean Energy operates and maintains.
- Whittlesea-Bell Transportation will deploy the following CNG vehicles: 92 Transit Connect taxis, 92 Dodge Caravans, 25 large shuttle buses and 20 stretched Cadillac Escalades, which will be the first of their kind.
- These vehicles are forecasted to consume 1.3 million GGEs of CNG per year once fully deployed.
- Clean Energy’s six public-access fueling stations in Las Vegas will support this growing CNG fleet.
|Leadership:||Clean Energy CEO Andrew J. Littlefair Receives Environmental Leadership Award by California League of Conservation Voters|
- Mr. Littlefair was recognized for his work creating America’s Natural Gas Highway and Clean Energy’s successful launch of Redeem, the first commercially-available renewable natural gas fuel made from organic waste.
|A VIEW FROM THE TOP: An insider’s look on what this means for the Alternative Fuel Industry from Clean Energy’s President and CEO, Andrew J. Littlefair:|