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Top 5 Questions C-Stores Should Ask When Considering a Jobber

February 19, 2024

Selecting a jobber for your convenience store is an important decision, but it doesn’t have to be a difficult one. Who you partner with determines what resources, support, and growth opportunities you’ll have. To guide that process, here are five questions you should ask when looking for a new jobber. 1. Does Your Jobber Offer…

5 Things You Should Know About Renewable Diesel

January 10, 2024

For shippers and carriers alike, diesel is a time-tested, reliable fueling solution. However, as more organizations evaluate the fit for alternative fuels within their fleets, looking to satisfy sustainability goals, they’re faced with a new set of considerations. Not only are there multiple options, but there is also conflicting messaging and uncertainty around each fuel’s…

What Are Your Options for EV Infrastructure Build-Out?

November 9, 2023

As more organizations look to expand electric vehicle (EV) adoption within their owned fleets or provide charging accommodations to employees and customers, many are faced with the same question: how to implement EV infrastructure quickly. To meet 2030 goals, McKinsey & Company reports that the EV charging infrastructure network needs to grow by almost 20…

The Road Ahead: Opportunities and Obstacles for Heavy-Duty Fueling

October 13, 2023

It’s no secret that the transportation industry has evolved over the past several years. The introduction of alternative fuels and policies regulating emissions brought with it new opportunities and obstacles that can leave fleets wondering what the best option(s) is for their organization. We will review comparisons, opportunities, and obstacles for each fuel type, specific…

What’s the Difference Between Time of Use and Demand Charging?

March 14, 2023

As more businesses, gas stations, residential units, and popular attractions begin to integrate electric vehicle (EV) chargers into their offering, there will be a learning curve. Unlike traditional fueling, when (and how often) you charge an EV makes a difference. Keep reading to learn how you can plan for variables such as time of use…

3 Things That Can Disrupt Your RNG Digester in the Winter

February 7, 2023

During the winter season (particularly in northern parts of North America), anything that’s outside should be heated and insulated. What you skip will ultimately end up freezing or not working as intended. When it’s a frozen garden hose, while inconvenient, the stakes are low. However, when you have an RNG digester that’s processing roughly 100,000…

What Should You Know About Washington’s Clean Fuel Standard (CFS)?

January 19, 2023

CFS PROGRAM OVERVIEW Washington State implemented its Clean Fuel Standard (CFS) on January 01, 2023—becoming the third state to launch a market-based transportation emissions program following California in 2011 and Oregon in 2016. The goal of Washington’s program is to gradually reduce the carbon intensity (CI) score of transportation fuels by 20% (based on 2017…

What is Biochar, and How is it Used?

December 21, 2022

Almost everything in our day-to-day lives is a byproduct of a chemical, physical, or nuclear reaction whether we realize it or not. Many byproducts can deliver greater value than if used in their original state. A perfect example? Biochar. WHAT IS BIOCHAR, AND HOW IS IT PRODUCED? For a frame of reference, let’s start with…

Consortiums Enable Cost-Effective Fueling Stations

December 5, 2022

You’ve decided integrating alternative fuels within your fleet makes sense. Now, you’re sifting through the “where to fuel” dilemma, likely penciling out several options and configurations to see what makes the most financial sense. Well, look no further as this blog highlights cost-effective ways to approach fueling stations. Many large fleets enlist the help of…

LCFS Credits Benefiting Electric Fleets

October 10, 2022

Across the United States, organizations are benefiting from low carbon fuel programs: the federal RFS, California’s LCFS, and Oregon’s CFP. Under each of these standards, state and local governments have incentivized the adoption of alternative fuels—meaning fleets and organizations alike can get paid for using clean fueling alternatives. While many fleets are currently benefiting from credit generation services, others…