2020 in Review: The Year of Essential and Sustainable RNG

In 2020, as our country worked its way through the pandemic and toward a resilient future, Clean Energy remained a leader in the journey to a more sustainable world.  When the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic forced many businesses to close, Clean Energy continued to operate as an essential business through the lockdown. All 550 … Continued

Four Quick Tips for Checking Engine Oil in a Near-Zero Truck

Engine oil is like blood circulating through your engine. Take care of the oil and the oil will take care of your engine. There are four key points that you need to follow to preserve your engine and maximize the life of your investment. Check oil when the engine is cold. If the engine is … Continued

Clean Energy Mourns the Loss of Co-Founder T. Boone Pickens

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – September 11, 2019 – Clean Energy co-founder T. Boone Pickens, a self-made Texas oil tycoon, energy entrepreneur, and long-time resident of Dallas died today at age 91. The following is a statement by Andrew J. Littlefair, president and Chief Executive Officer, Clean Energy: “Words cannot express the sadness the Clean Energy … Continued

1 Million Gallons and Counting…City of Chesapeake Keeps the CNG Flowing

A journey that started in September 2012 advanced this week when the City of Chesapeake, VA pumped its millionth gallon of compressed natural gas (CNG) into its city’s fleet vehicles. What began as six trucks running on Clean Energy’s diesel-alternative fuel has grown to a fleet of 50 CNG solid waste trucks now in service. … Continued

Natural Gas Buses – A Cost, Operational and Environmental Alternative

More Canadian cities are transitioning their public transportation fleets away from diesel-powered buses and opting for transit vehicles fueled by natural gas, a trend that is gaining momentum across North America and worldwide. This is due in part to government regulations that mandate a reduction in nitrogen oxide and greenhouse gas emissions that harm air quality, as well as a heightened … Continued

Clean Energy Helps City of Red Deer Buses Go Green, Keep Rolling

Following a 2014 study of green initiatives, the City of Red Deer decided to move its bus fleet away from diesel fuel to compressed natural gas (CNG). The municipality chose CNG buses over all other bus alternatives due to their financial, operational, environmental, public health, and mobility benefits. This fleet transition included designing, building, and … Continued

The Clean Energy Advantage: Operations & Maintenance

Ensuring over 44,000 natural gas vehicles are reliably fueled-up and on the road every day is no small feat. Clean Energy’s reputation as the pioneer and largest supplier of natural gas fuel in North America is defined by the men and women who apply their technical expertise in providing reliable fueling solutions to each and … Continued