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Mansfield Clean Energy Partners Opens First CNG Station

On Wednesday, Mansfield Clean Energy Partners (MCEP), the joint venture of Clean Energy Fuels and Mansfield Energy, held a grand opening ceremony for the first CNG station built to serve the MCEP venture. The private card-lock station, which is located in Doraville, Georgia, is designed to support heavy duty natural gas tractor-trailers hauling bulk fuel. The Honorable Casey Cagle, Lt. Governor of Georgia, and Donna Pittman, Mayor of Doraville, participated in the ceremony and toured the new corporate headquarters of MCEP located adjacent to the station. The station will fuel Mansfield’s growing fleet of 12 natural gas trucks, as well as other area fleets. The station will showcase the potential natural gas fuel brings to the significant bulk fuel hauling market segment. “As the anchor tenant of the first MCEP station, this growing fleet will be a rolling case study for other bulk fuel haulers contemplating the transition to cleaner-burning and less-expensive natural gas fuel,” said Andrew J. Littlefair, president and CEO of Clean Energy.