DALLAS – BAF, a wholly owned subsidiary of Clean Energy Fuels Corp, recently celebrated its 20th Anniversary and the completion of its 20,000th compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle conversion.
Located at 2176 French Settlement Road in Dallas, the new 91,000-square-foot BAF headquarters site houses the company's R&D, vehicle conversion, and service operations.
Douglas Clark, president of the Omaha, Neb., Metropolitan Utilities District, officially took possession of BAF's 20,000th CNG conversion, a dedicated Ford F-250 pickup truck for use in the District's service fleet, at the celebration.
This year alone, BAF said it expects to convert more than 5,000 vehicles to CNG power.
BAF uses Ford-accredited QCM (Quality Calibrations Modifier) calibrations and all vehicles converted by BAF are registered through Ford QFC (Quality Fleet Care) for all warranty and service work through Ford dealerships.
Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, BAF was acquired by Clean Energy in October 2009. BAF's alternative-fuel vehicle upfitting capabilities include aftermarket compressed natural gas (CNG) conversions of Ford-manufactured vans, cutaway shuttles, taxis, pickups, and light-duty trucks.