Trillium expands renewable natural gas offerings with new partnership

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Trillium has recently announced a partnership with Chautauqua Green Energy and CGE Ventures to expand its renewable natural gas (RNG) offerings. The deal will convert gas from the Chautauqua County landfill in Chautauqua, New York, into 100 percent RNG and be sold across Trillium’s network of owned and operated CNG stations.

Ryan Erickson, vice president of Trillium, said: “Trillium is committed to providing reliable and clean fuelling solutions to customers and this deal strengthens that commitment. We will continue to look for partnerships to expand our offerings, making it easier for fleets and individual drivers to find the products they need to get back on the road quickly.”

Larry Thrall, partner at CGE Ventures, said: “CGE Ventures is focused on the development of RNG projects and couldn’t ask for a better partner than Trillium to deliver our RNG to their strong and growing client base. We look forward to growing our partnership with Trillium as we develop more RNG projects.”

The agreement will produce more than 5,000,000 DGE (diesel gallon equivalent) of RNG a year, providing a new source of low-carbon fuel to customers both in the northeast and across the country. RNG is a clean-burning alternative fuel that provides safe and reliable technology for drivers.

Trillium is continuing to rapidly expand its fuelling network and clean-fleet solutions throughout the United States. The company operates over 220 alternative fuelling stations across the country, offering station design and build expertise, 24/7 operations and maintenance, grant writing and commercial assistance.


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