Created January 2015

Produced for Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo

Webinar Description:

The evolving world of alternative transportation continues to see increasingly imaginative and creative methods to produce cleaner and greener fuels. Renewable natural gas offers the opportunity to transform waste streams into a transportation fuel asset by capturing and recycling methane that could otherwise be released into the atmosphere. Because this ultra-low emission renewable fuel can feed directly into existing fueling infrastructure and vehicle technologies, there’s no need to wait – renewable natural gas is here, and it is ready to drive your fleets toward a cleaner future.

Speakers:

Erik Neandross
Gladstein, Neandross & Associates

Erik Neandross is the chief executive officer of Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), North America’s leading consulting firm specializing in the market development of alternative fuel technologies in the on-road transportation and rapidly developing off-road high horsepower sectors. Mr. Neandross works with GNA’s technical, public affairs, grant, market analysis, and events & marketing teams to deliver an array of strategic planning, financial modeling, market intelligence, marketing, and expert technical assistance to the firm’s clients. He has been at the forefront of some of the nation’s largest and most innovative alternative fuel vehicle projects, working with Ryder, Frito-Lay/PepsiCo, Waste Management, UPS, Sysco Food Services, California Cartage Company, City of Los Angeles, Nestle Waters, Aramark, and many others, including several leading projects in the off-road sector. Mr. Neandross regularly advises some of the largest companies in the alternative fuel industry, as well as a variety of public sector representatives.

Harrison Clay
Redeem by Clean Energy

Harrison Clay, president of Clean Energy Renewables, is responsible for leading Clean Energy’s efforts to produce and sell renewable natural gas (or biomethane) derived from the anaerobic decomposition of organic waste. Clean Energy entered the biomethane production business with the acquisition of a landfill gas processing facility in Dallas, Texas, at the McCommas Bluff landfill in 2008, which grew to one of the largest of its kind in the world. Clean Energy sold over 14 million gasoline gallon equivalents of Redeem in 2013 and over 21 million gasoline gallon equivalents in 2014.

Paul Relis
CR&R Environmental Services
For more than 15 years, Paul Relis has been senior vice president of CR&R Environmental Services, one of the nation’s largest privately-held waste management firms based in Orange County, California. With Paul at the helm of the search for digester technology, CR&R has become a technological leader in the solid waste industry, most recently developing one of the largest anaerobic digestion facilities in North America.