OPAL Fuels will sell RNG to Contract Transport Services
Under the agreement, OPAL Fuels will sell 15 million gasoline gallon equivalents (GGE) of RNG to CTS and build the station and related infrastructure at CTS’ facility in Green Bay, Wisconsin. TruStar Energy, an OPAL Fuels company, will manage the construction and operation of the station.
“Right now, we have over 150 trucks running on public fuel,” said Curt Reitz, president of CTS.
“By contracting with OPAL Fuels to internalise our fuelling infrastructure, the new RNG fuel and related infrastructure will save us time, money, and significantly reduce our carbon emissions.”
CTS launched its first CNG-powered truck in 2013. Today, the company owns 103 CNG-powered trucks. It has partnered with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a SmartWay affiliate to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve fuel efficiency.
Adam Comora, co-CEO of OPAL Fuels, commented: “CTS’ move to internalise its fuelling infrastructure and fuel its trucks with RNG is a smart move, a move that will reduce its carbon emissions by 132,000 tons.”
“RNG is the best alternative fuel option on the market,” said Reitz. “We are proud to say we can deliver our customers their products safely, efficiently, and sustainably with OPAL Fuels.”