Propel opens Clean Fuel Point location in Bellevue, WA

Propel Biofuels has opened a Clean Fuel Point location in Bellevue, WA, one of nearly 40 locations the company plans to open in 2008 in Washington, Oregon, and California. According to the company, Clean Fuel Points are standalone, renewable fuel stations, with a capacity of 5,000 gallons

Propel Biofuels has opened a Clean Fuel Point location in Bellevue, WA, one of nearly 40 locations the company plans to open in 2008 in Washington, Oregon, and California.

According to the company, Clean Fuel Points are standalone, renewable fuel stations, with a capacity of 5,000 gallons. They sell B20 biodiesel at a competitive price vs. petroleum diesel, will be open 24/7 and accept all major credit and fleet cards.

Propel will also offer customers CleanDrive accounts, a tracking platform that will report the emissions reduced by using biodiesel instead of petroleum diesel through reductions in CO2, barrels of oil displaced and annual CO2 reduction of mature trees.

"Our mission is to provide drivers with the opportunity to make clean and renewable fuel a part of their daily lives," said Rob Elam, Propel's CEO & co-founder. "Propel biodiesel is compatible with any diesel vehicle on the road today, so we can drive clean without modifying our vehicles."

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