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Newport Beach, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
2001
Company - Public (CLNE)
Wholesale
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Exterran, Atlas Copco
Forget cooking with gas -- Clean Energy Fuels is driving with gas. Natural gas, that is. The company owns and/or supplies about 260 natural gas fueling stations across the US and Canada. These enable Clean Energy's 480 fleet customers to tank up their more than ... Read more

Clean Energy Fuels Reviews

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Clean Energy Fuels President, CEO, and Director Andrew J. Littlefair
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    "Great company and management."

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    Pros

    Amazing management. Let's you do your work. Very helpful if you have questions. Amazing company culture. Everyone is happy. Always wanting you to learn the business. The company is helping the world go green. Weekly meeting so everyone stays in the same page. Each departments are very open with each other.

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    No cons to management. Management is always there to help. Sometimes it seems like there is a disconnect between the senior execs. But that is just because they are located upstairs. Amazing communication between the managers and your supervisors to the senior execs.

    Advice to Management

    Nothing

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Clean Energy Fuels Interviews

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    Series of emails and a couple phone interviews. The first phone interview was casual and seemed more like a conversation. Sort of a screening process to a certain extent. The next interview remained casual but involved more questions about personal interests, goals, and why you want to work for Clean Energy. It also involved logistical questions about ability to work in Newport Beach, 8-5, etc.

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