Western Milling RNG

Advanced Clean Fleets Rule: What it Means for Funding and Incentives

Beyond the increasing number of funding opportunities for electric vehicles, many fleets are still looking to other forms of clean tech to reduce emissions and decrease overall fuel costs. Options such as renewable natural gas (RNG) can further these efforts and provide unique opportunities for partnerships to improve air quality. But to get these efforts in line with sustainability goals, some fleets need some help along the way.

Western Milling Continues to Keep it Clean

In November 2020 Western Milling, a grain and feed manufacturer in Tulare County, California, began operating its first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station. The station, paired with the deployment of more than 30 CNG trucks, highlights the continued effort by Western Milling, and its subsidiary Kruse Western Renewable Fuels (KWRF), to lower its emissions in the Central Valley. All the fuel dispensed at the station is renewable natural gas (RNG), the biogas that is produced at dairy farms located in California’s Central Valley.

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