Clean Energy Announces First Injection of Renewable Natural Gas at Victory Farms Dairy

New facility in South Dakota begins producing ultra-low carbon RNG for the transportation market

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (Nasdaq: CLNE) today announced its latest renewable natural gas (RNG) facility at Victory Farms Dairy in Revillo, South Dakota, has successfully completed construction and is injecting pipeline quality RNG into the interstate natural gas infrastructure.

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Clean Energy Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Production Facility, Victory Farms Dairy, South Dakota. (Photo: Business Wire)

Clean Energy Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Production Facility, Victory Farms Dairy, South Dakota. (Photo: Business Wire)

The Victory Farms two-digester facility is utilizing the manure of 6,000 jersey cows, which could process approximately 120,000 gallons of manure each day to produce an estimated 900,000 gallons of negative carbon-intensity RNG annually.

The ultra-clean RNG produced at the facility will find its way to Clean Energy's fueling network, helping commercial fleets reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions significantly and immediately. Clean Energy currently operates over 600 stations around North America, that provide fuel and services to customers including some of the largest logistics operators like UPS and Amazon, many transit agencies including those in New York City and Los Angeles, and dozens of waste companies including WM, Republic Services and Waste Connections.

Developed in partnership with Dynamic Renewables and financed through one of Clean Energy's production joint ventures, the construction costs of the RNG …

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