s in Burbank (CA), Dallas (TX); Fresno (CA); Los Angeles (CA); Sacramento (CA); San Antonio (TX); El Paso (TX); Richmond (VA); Scottsdale (AZ); Mesa (AZ), Kansas City (MO); Atlantic Counties (NJ); Huntington (NY); Smithtown (NY); Brookhaven (NY); Atlanta (GA); Lancaster (PA); on Long Island, New York; and others. Transit Agencies: The company’s U.S. public transit customers include the following: 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, Commerce, Montebello, Torrance, Elk Grove, Glendale, Santa Clarita and Santa Cruz. In the Southwest, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (TX), Sun Metro (El Paso, TX), El Metro (Laredo, TX), Phoenix Transit (AZ), Tempe Transit (AZ), Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas) and the public agencies in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico. In the Midwest, the public agencies in Kansas City (MO) and Akron and Canton, Ohio; and on the East Coast, Bucks County (PA), Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (Tampa, FL) and NICE Bus (Long Island, NY). 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; State of Colorado; City of New York; City of Richmond (VA); City of Hartford (CT); City of Kansas City (MO); Lee's Summit School District (MO); City of Newark (NJ); City of Atlantic City (NJ); City of Columbia (MO); City of Mesa (AZ); City of Scottsdale (AZ); City of Denver (CO); City and County of Los Angeles (CA); City of Chula Vista (CA); City of Newport Beach (CA); South Coast Air Quality Management District (CA); City of Long Beach (CA); County of Maricopa (AZ); City of San Antonio (TX); City of El Paso (TX); Town of Smithtown (NY); City and County of San Francisco (CA); City of Oakland (CA); City and County of Dallas (TX); City of Phoenix (AZ); The University of California; and Oklahoma State University. Industrial Customers: NG Advantage acts as a virtual natural gas pipeline, using its fleet of 45 trailers to deliver CNG to these facilities for their use. Competition The company has various competitors in the market for natural gas vehicle fuels, including providers of CNG fuel infrastructure and fueling services, including Trillium, AmpCNG, EVO CNG, Questar Fueling, Gain Clean Fuels, Constellation and TruStar Energy; Travel-center operators, including Love's Travel Stops and Sapp Bros., who are adding CNG refueling infrastructure to their networks; fuel station owners, such as Kwik Trip, a company that owns CNG fueling stations in the Midwestern U.S.; Shell Oil Products U.S. and Blu/TransFuels, which operate LNG fueling stations; and Applied LNG Technology, Stabilis and Prometheus Energy, each of which distributes LNG. The market for CNG fueling equipment is highly competitive and the company’s competitors include Aspro; GNC Galileo; General Electric Capital Corporation; SAFE; ANGI Energy Systems, Inc.; and Atlas Copco. The company sells CNG to large industrial and institutional energy users through its NG Advantage subsidiary and competes with other participants in this highly competitive market, including Xpress Natural Gas, OsComp Systems, and Irving Ltd. 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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