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Opal Fuels Signs Wisconsin RNG Contract

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OPAL Fuels, a vertically integrated producer and distributor of renewable natural gas for heavy-duty truck fleets, has agreed to sell 15 million gasoline gallon equivalents (GGE) of RNG to Contract Transport Services (CTS) and construct the station and related infrastructure at CTS’s facility in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

TruStar Energy, an OPAL Fuels company, will manage construction and operation of the station.

“Right now, we have over 150 trucks running on public fuel. By contracting with OPAL Fuels to internalize our fueling infrastructure, the new RNG fuel and related infrastructure will save us time, money and significantly reduce our carbon emissions,” said Curt Reitz, President of Contract Transport Services.

CTS began its mission to reduce its carbon footprint in 2013, transitioning to cleaner fuel with the company’s first CNG-powered truck. Today, CTS owns 103 CNG-powered trucks. The company has partnered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a SmartWay affiliate to help reduce GHG emissions and improve fuel efficiency.

“CTS’s move to internalize their fueling infrastructure and fuel their trucks with RNG is a smart move. A move the that will reduce their carbon emissions by 132,000 tons” said Adam Comora, Co-CEO of OPAL Fuels. For more information visit: