ake (VA), Waste Connection Vancouver, Waste Pro (FL), and others. The company also provides vehicle fueling services to municipal refuse fleets, including fleets in Burbank, Dallas, Fresno, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Antonio, and on Long Island, New York among other locations. It serves approximately 140 hauling companies. Transit Agencies: The company’s U.S. public transit customers include in California, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority, Foothill Transit, Long Beach Transit, Orange County Transit Authority, Santa Cruz Metropolitan, Santa Monica Big Blue Bus, OmniTrans San Bernardino and six other agencies. In the Southwest, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Sun Metro (El Paso), El Metro (Laredo, Texas), Phoenix Transit, Tempe Transit, and the public agencies in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico. In the Midwest, the public agencies in Kansas City (Missouri) and Akron and Canton, Ohio; and on the East Coast, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (Tampa, Florida) and NICE Bus (Long Island, New York). The company also serves public transit customers in British Columbia. Government Fleets: The company’s representative government fleet customers include the California Department of Transportation (Los Angeles and Orange County), State of New York, City of Denver, City and County of Los Angeles, County of Maricopa (CA), City of San Antonio, Town of Smithtown (NY), City and County of San Francisco, City of Oakland, City and County of Dallas and the City of Phoenix. Dispositions In 2013, the company sold its subsidiary, BAF Technologies, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, ServoTech Engineering, Inc. to Westport Innovations (U.S.) Holdings Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Westport Innovations Inc. Signiifcant Events In May 2014, Clean Energy Signs Multiple Fueling and Station Construction Agreements for Heavy-duty Trucking, Transit and Refuse Fleets. In June 2014, Clean Energy Fuels Corp. opened its El Paso, Texas, America's Natural Gas Highway station. The station enables heavy-duty LNG truck fueling along the transcontinental Interstate 10 highway between Los Angeles, California, and Houston, Texas. In July 2014, Clean Energy Fuels Corp. announced plans to double the CNG station capacity at Saddle Creek Transportation's natural gas station in Lakeland, Florida., where an additional 25 heavy-duty natural gas trucks are expected to fuel. In September 2014, Clean Energy Fuels Corp. and Mansfield Energy Corp. announced the formation of Mansfield Clean Energy Partners (MCEP), a joint venture, which would provide natural gas fueling solutions to bulk fuel haulers in the United States. Competition The company’s major competitors include Intergrys; Questar Fueling, an affiliate of the Questar Gas Utility; TruStar Energy; Shell Oil Products U.S.; Love's Travel Stops; Blu LNG; Applied LNG Technology and Prometheus Energy; and Kwik Trip. Its competitors for CNG fueling equipment include Aspro, GNC Galileo, GE, SAFE, Atlas Copco, and ANGI Energy Systems, Inc. History Clean Energy Fuels Corp. was incorporated under the laws of the state of Delaware in 2001.
clean energy fuels corp (CLNE:NASDAQ GS)
4675 MacArthur Court
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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