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According to Propel, its efforts to be a good steward for the environment go even further as, for the first time with the Clean Mobility Center, drivers can offset carbon emissions from their fuel purchase at the pump by directly funding clean air projects via its partnership with the Carbonfund.org Foundation.
"The facts are apparent; petroleum sales are falling, public transit ridership is up, bike lanes are expanding and purchases of alternative fuel vehicles are on the rise," said Matt Horton, CEO of Propel. "We're seeing consumers seek new and better solutions for their transportation needs. Propel's Clean Mobility Centers create a true opportunity to address this growing consumer demand and help make progress on our country's most pressing economic and environmental issues."
Propel's Fullerton station is built in coordination with the California Energy Commission's Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology program by reducing petroleum consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Redwood City, Calif.-based Propel operates green-built fueling stations in California and Washington. The company said it plans to build 200 stations in new and existing markets during the next two years.