Clean Energy Fuels said it will design, build and operate a CNG fueling station for the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA).
The deal, valued at $8.1 million, will also include facility modifications to accommodate the conversion of 100 JTA’s buses from diesel to CNG. Construction is scheduled for completion in late 2015.
Clean Energy also signed an extension to the CNG facility maintenance contract with Morongo Basin Transit Authority that fuels its fleet of 28 CNG trucks at MTBA’s private CNG fueling stations.
Clean Energy also reported that 5,510 additional natural gas vehicles began fueling throughout Clean Energy’s nationwide network year-to-date in 2014 which is a 23% increase in vehicles fueling compared to the same period in 2013.
It opened its Houston Flying J natural gas station to fuel 10 heavy-duty LNG trucks, as UPS continues the deployment of largest LNG fleet in North America. Kroger’s Fred Meyer Store’s first 11 LNG trucks out of 40 have hit the road with Clean Energy constructing a private LNG station and providing necessary modifications required to bring Fred Meyer’s vehicle maintenance facilities into code-compliance for natural gas trucks.
Kenan Advantage Group started hauling LNG from Clean Energy’s Boron plant using 13 LNG trucks, to Clean Energy’s fueling stations and other customers.
Norbert Dentressangleto will deploy its first seven CNG tractors which will haul and fuel throughout Clean Energy’s public station network in Illinois.
Clean Energy Fuels opened several new public natural gas fueling stations and took on several fleets who began testing heavy-duty LNG and CNG trucks with Clean Energy.
In total, Clean Energy will expand the network of stations that it owns, operates or supplies to over 535 in 42 states in 2014.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Clean Energy Fuels