ACT Expo 2016
Clean Energy Promotes NGV Easy Bay
To address the needs of fleet owners converting their fleets to natural gas or service centers providing repairs, Clean Energy Fuels (Booth 667) is promoting its NGV Easy Bay as part of its facility modification group.
Easy Bay, the company says, “is the first code-compliant industrial vapor barrier system that can be designed and installed in less than 30 days.”
Designed to be a low-cost alternative to a total facility modification, Clean Energy’s NGV Easy Bay “is scalable and can accommodate a single bay isolation project, or be used to divide a large building into multiple bays.” It is retractable for easy storage, and can even be relocated to another facility.
“The NGV Easy Bay gives our customers flexibility in how they approach meeting their natural gas maintenance needs,” said Clean Energy facilities modification services director Rick Mendoza.
“Having an affordable system that can be installed quickly and meets local, state and national codes is an option that hasn’t been available in the marketplace,” he said.
Clean Energy names Lesher Mack Sales & Service in Lebanon, Pa. as an NGV Easy Bay customer. GM Tod Dissinger recognized that in order to stay ahead of the competition, adding natural gas capabilities was essential for his business, which sits along a key transportation corridor in southeastern Pennsylvania.
“Companies that switch to natural gas want to know where to fuel up and how they are going to get service. We wanted to be ahead of the curve and have that competitive edge,” he said.
Clean Energy also provides such facility modification services as on-site training, testing, inspection and recertification for existing methane detection systems, custom solutions for ventilation/heating, “and ensuring your modifications meet local, state and federal regulations.”