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Clean Energy joins forces with Maas Energy Works to build nine RNG dairy production facilities across seven states
Transactions - MAY 17, 2024

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Clean Energy joins forces with Maas Energy Works to build nine RNG dairy production facilities across seven states

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Clean Energy Fuels, the largest provider of the cleanest fuel for the transportation market, and Maas Energy Works, the nation’s largest dairy digester developer, have formed a new joint development agreement to build nine renewable natural gas production facilities at dairy farms across seven states.

This new endeavor will include dairies located in Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Nebraska, New Mexico and South Dakota, and will collect the manure from a combined herd size of approximately 35,000 cows, preventing the methane emissions from entering the atmosphere.

The nine projects, each subject to finalizing diligence before beginning construction, are expected to be completed in 2026 and will produce up to an estimated 4 million gallons of ultra-clean RNG annually, a negative carbon-intensity transportation fuel which will make its way into Clean Energy’s nationwide network of RNG stations.

Maas Energy Works has completed more than 60 dairy digester proj

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