Alternative Fuel

Fleets are Adopting Alternative Fuel

Fleet directors are reconfiguring their fueling strategies to align with expectations from stakeholders, investors, and governments. But as more fuel types are solidified, charting a fueling roadmap comes with additional considerations—ones you don’t have to solve for on your own.


Viable Energy Solutions for Today and Tomorrow

We help organizations leverage sustainable fueling alternatives that displace fossil fuel use and facilitate decarbonization of the transportation sector.

  • Reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, positively impacting air quality
  • Opens doors to federal and regional credits and grants
  • Leverages new and existing feedstocks as sustainable energy sources


— U.S. Energy Information Administration 

Maximizes Operational, Environmental, and Economic Goals

Offers diverse fueling solutions including renewable natural gas (RNG), electric, hydrogen, renewable diesel, biodiesel, propane, and NeutralAdvantage (carbon offset diesel or gasoline)

Enables fleets to leverage carbon-negative to low carbon fueling alternatives, tailoring adoption to align with stated sustainability goals

Lowers total cost of ownership through grant funding and environmental credit generation

U.S. Energy™ Can Help

Defining the right portfolio of fuel types will help accelerate your success with alternatives and minimize disruptions along the way. The fueling strategists from U.S. Energy, a U.S. Venture company, understand the intricacies of the market and will position you favorably for forward growth in the industry— gaining the competitive edge.

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As we convert our dedicated fleet to run on zero-emission technology, we’ll be able to reduce our transportation footprint by more than 18%, making our sustainability vision possible.

— Scott Blair, Anheuser-Busch

This important and forward-thinking partnership demonstrates our ability to provide our valued customers and communities with sustainable energy solutions and technologies that are environmentally friendly

John Hester, CEO and President of Southwest Gas

This will help us reduce greenhouse gas emissions while saving up to $1.2 million in operating costs.

— M.J. Maynard, CEO of RTC

Eliminating costly purchases and turning fuel consumption into revenue is a perfect example of the creative thinking and problem solving we need in our community.

— Chuck Bennett, Mayor of Salem

This is a win-win for our community because our air will be cleaner and our impact to the global climate system is reduced even further.

—Ian Davidson, Board President of Cherriots

The transition was simple. Not only were we able to use our existing sites, but the process itself was exactly the same. In fact, the only changes were positive. Now we can generate revenue and reinvest it back into our operations.

—Daniel Knauss, Procurement & Contracts Manager at Cherriots

This new partnership builds on our efforts and we’re pleased to not only partner with a firm that shares the same philosophy, but also for the benefits this relationship creates.

—Peter Testa, President at Testa Produce

From initial registration, to quarterly data reporting, to noting changes in fleet composition or charger types, they’ve managed the entire process, enabling me to manage our fleet.

—Brad Uptgraft, Director of Operations at Tire’s Warehouse