US LNG and CNG supplier Clean Energy Fuels has introduced a new company logo as it continues to expand its renewable fuel solution.
The new move includes investing in the development of renewable natural gas (RNG) from dairies and other agricultural facilities.
Clean Energy plans to develop this both independently and with TotalEnergies but also BP, the firm said on Monday.
“Clean Energy’s business has pivoted to focus on an extraordinary renewable, non-fossil fuel that can actually reduce fleets carbon footprint by as much as 500%,” chief executive Andrew Littlefair, said.
“The logo, color scheme, messaging, website and other brand elements that we introduced today denote a circular economy, where organic waste is turned into sustainable fuel,” Littlefair said.
RNG at all stations by 2025
Currently, RNG represents 70 percent of the fuel sold at Clean Energy’s nationwide network of its stations.
In addition, the company says it plans to provide the fuel at all its stations by 2025.
The firm delivers RNG through CNG and LNG to its network of about 540 stations across the US but also Canada.
The firm also owns natural gas liquefication facilities in California and Texas.