Partnerships Add Credibility to Clean Energy Fuels

Many investors were wondering which area would buy into the idea of natural-gas-powered vehicles first: the infrastructure companies or the user base. Well, Clean Energy Fuels (NASDAQ: CLNE  ) put that debate to rest in 2012. Building out its infrastructure became a key initiative in the last year, and it finally appears to be paying off with a growing customer base. Some of the biggest company names in the world are seeking to increase their exposure to this technology in 2013 after slowly entering the market in 2012.

With the movement toward alternative energy is gaining momentum. Clean Energy Fuels, which focuses its natural gas efforts primarily on trucking and fleets, could be a prime beneficiary due to its first-mover advantage. It's poised to make a big impact on this essential industry. Read all about Clean Energy Fuels in our brand-new report. Just click here to get started.

To find out some of the well-known companies using this technology, check out the video below. 


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  • Report this Comment On March 01, 2013, at 7:18 PM, rosielil wrote:

    It is a complete misnomer than natural gas is a clean energy fuel. Burning may be a cleaner process than the burning of coal or oil. But when one adds the filth produced during the extraction process to the equation, it is actually dirtier than burning coal. It is a fossil fuel. And all fossil fuel is dirty. It is really too bad that most Americans are falling for the natural gas industry's billion dollar PR campaign. Nigeria fell for it too....and today, due to the waste products from this industry in the air, water and soil there, farmers can't even grow non-toxic food. Parts of the U.S. will soon become a similar wasteland....if Americans don't start paying critical attention!

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