Clean Energy Fuels Begins Selling Renewable Natural Gas at Virginia Fueling Stations

In summer, 2022 Clean Energy Fuels began selling Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) at their three fueling stations in Virginia! These three stations, shown in the map below, bring RNG to the Northern Virginia, Richmond, and Tidewater regions. 

Map of Clean Energy fueling stations in Virginia, from Clean Energy’s Station Locator.

RNG is byproduct waste and can be sourced from landfills, livestock operations and wastewater treatment plants. When not used to create RNG, these biogases are often harmfully ...

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Technology Happy Hour: VEIC

On October 21 st, 2021, Jennifer Wallace-Brodeur, VEIC’s director of clean transportation, was the featured stakeholder for the Virginia Clean Cities Technology Happy Hour. 

Established in 1986, VEIC has been making an impact in clean energy solutions for over 30 years. With the energy solutions market so closely tied to clean transportation, transportation electrification was a natural path for VEIC to take. In clean transportation, VEIC focuses on electric vehicle implementation, outreach, evaluation, and equity across light, medium and heavy-duty ...

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Technology Happy Hour: ElectraTherm

On September 15th, 2021, Jessie Howell, the North American Sale Manager for ElectraTherm was the featured stakeholder for the Virginia Clean Cities Technology Happy Hour. 

ElectraTherm is working to boost efficiency while reducing energy costs and emissions by harnessing the low-temperature waste heat that is all around us. In the U.S. today, over 90% of industrial waste heat is at too low of temperatures to economically generate power with traditional heat recovery systems. ElectraTherm’s technology can harness these low-temperature sources ...

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Technology Happy Hour: Clean Energy Fuels

On August 19th, 2021, Clean Energy Fuels was the featured stakeholder for the Virginia Clean Cities Technology Happy Hour. 

Mike Cecere, Clean Energy’s Regional Manager, and Sahar Kamali, Clean Energy’s Director of Sustainability, joined Virginia Clean Cities to speak about Renewable Natural Gas (RNG). During the session, the pair highlighted the benefits of RNG, including its 98% domestic production and negative carbon intensity, which means that the fuel takes more carbon out of the atmosphere than it produces! Their discussion ...

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