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Clean Energy to construct CNG stations

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Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has announced that it will construct new compressed natural gas (CNG) stations for Arlington Transit (ART), in Virginia, North Kansas City (MO) School District, and Nassau Inter-County Express (NICE) in New York.

Andrew Littlefair, President and CEO of Clean Energy, commented: “Despite lower oil prices, Clean Energy continues to add fuelling partnerships across all our transportation markets. No matter if they are with a school district, municipality or trucking company, managers of large fleets are looking for a cleaner fuel that reliably costs less and does not have volatile price swings. Natural gas continues to meet their needs.”

Natural gas fuel costs approximately US$1.00 less than gasoline or diesel, and its usage reduces greenhouse gas emissions up to 30% in light duty vehicles and 23% in heavy duty vehicles.

Clean Energy also announced that it is in additional agreements across transportation market segments of transit, refuse, trucking and the bulk fuel market.

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