Collaboration Is Key to Our Solar Future

| February 8, 2017

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By all accounts, we’ve witnessed the best of multi-stakeholder collaboration when it comes to developing long-term strategies that promote clean energy adoption. The COP21 agreement and bipartisan extension of the U.S. Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for solar and wind energy are two recent examples.

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Amp Americas has been a pioneer in renewable transportation fuel since 2011. We have accomplished a lot since then: our CNG fleet surpassed 50 million miles, we built 20 CNG stations, our project at Fair Oaks Farms became the only dairy RNG project certified by EPA and ARB, and we achieved the record for lowest carbon intensity score. We are not done: we will bring two more dairy projects online in 2018.

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