Cyclum Renewables announces renewable truck stop network

Cyclum Renewables announces renewable truck stop network

Cyclum will dispense biodiesel, compressed RNG, hydrogen and electricity for EV charging.

Cyclum Renewables LLC has announced plans to construct a national network of renewable fuel truck stops, with the goal to utilize 100% renewable natural gas (RNG). Cyclum will be partnering with sister company GESS RNG Biogas USA to both purchase carbon-negative RNG as well as design and construct renewable microgrids for GESS RNG Biogas USA production plants.

Cyclum will dispense biodiesel, compressed RNG, hydrogen and electricity for EV charging. Cyclum’s proprietary solution can provide all of these fuels reliably and simultaneously while filling a gap in the current market, the company says. Each station is designed to minimize environmental impact by producing power onsite through RNG turbines and solar, while operating with sustainable business practices.

Cyclum is locating sites for its first phase of stations, focusing on initial target markets along the West Coast and in North Carolina. On the West Coast, Cyclum is targeting the I-5 corridor, spanning from San Diego, CA to Vancouver, BC. Special attention will be paid to major ports along this interstate, including San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Vancouver. In North Carolina, Cyclum will focus on major trucking thoroughfares surrounding Charlotte, including I-85, I-77, and I-95.

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