GE is selling two MicroLNG plants to Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE), which is opening a network of 70...

|By:, SA News Editor
GE is selling two MicroLNG plants to Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE), which is opening a network of 70 natural gas fueling stations at existing truck stops on U.S. highways this year. Clean Energy plans to increase that number to 150 in 2013, saying that natural gas can save 25% of a truck's fuel costs. GE sees the LNG equipment market rising to $1B within five years.