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February 27, 2017

Trillium to Build New CNG Stations in Florida and Colorado

Trillium CNG (a Love’s Company) has signed two significant new contracts to build CNG stations in Miami and Gunnison, Colorado. Trillium will design, operate, and maintain the stations; upgrade maintenance facilities; and supply CNG fuel to Miami-Dade Transit, which has ordered 300 new 40-foot Xcelsior CNG buses. The new CNG buses will replace 300 old diesel buses.

Love’s Trillium CNG will also design, own, operate, and maintain a CNG and RNG fueling station in Gunnison for Gunnison County and the Gunnison Valley Rural Transportation Authority. The station will serve the county’s fleet vehicles, the bus fleet, and public vehicles. It will fill a gap of nearly 300 miles on U.S. Highway 50 between Pueblo and Grand Junction, Colorado.

Clean Energy Signs Several Contracts for New Natural Gas Fueling Stations

Clean Energy has announced construction contracts for several new fueling stations, including a facility in Grand Junction, Colorado, for Mesa County and Grand Valley Transit that will support 30 CNG transit buses, and a station for Schwarz Ready Mix in Edmond, Oklahoma.

The company also signed multiple fueling agreements, including a contract to provide 80,000 gges per year of Redeem RNG to the University of California, Los Angeles, for its on-campus Bruin Bus fleet; a fueling contract with AirServe to support 20 transportation vehicles at the Los Angeles International Airport; a contract, as well as a 10-year operations and maintenance contract, with E. J. Harrison & Sons, a nationwide trash collection business, for Redeem RNG fuel; an agreement to supply the city of Bakersfield with 760,000 gges per year of LNG; and a deal to transport 190,000 gges of LNG annually to Burrtec Waste Industries’ Palm Desert facility.

Clean Energy also announced that it has helped secure $3.5 million in grant funds for 22 of its California customers. The grants, which the CEC provides through the NGV Incentive Program, will help purchase 186 NGVs this year.

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