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$3.56 per ggeupdated 54 months ago by anonymous

Los Angeles Airport - Clean Energy

10400 Aviation Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90045


  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
  •   24  
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Prices for this station have historically varied from $1.25 to $3.60 per gge. We have data extending back to November 2007 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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20 Nov 2007anonymousPayment: MasterCard VISA CleanEnergy
20 Nov 2007anonymousPSI fills: 3000 3600
20 Nov 2007anonymousHours: 24 hours daily
1 Sep 2015robodudestation does not support 3000 PSI
7 May 2015anonymousOn May 4 this station had no gas pressure to fill up.
5 Nov 2014anonymousprinters on pumps do not work. No receipts. the price is going down so it will not be more expensive that gasoline.
22 Oct 2014anonymouspump still does not print receipts.
15 Oct 2014anonymouspump does not print receipts.
25 Jun 2014anonymousCard reader did not work.
18 Mar 2014anonymousThe last two times I tried to fill up here the card reader did not work. I went down the street to the Hertz station. They are both Clean Energy stations. Go figure.
16 Dec 2013anonymousGood fill (100%) on 12/14/13. No problems with card reader.
29 Oct 2013anonymousThe card reader timed out.
3 Jul 2013anonymousCard reader timed out last 3 times I was there. I went down the street to the Hertz station.
7 Feb 2013anonymousFrequent credit card timeouts and "unknown" responses when trying to use pump
30 Jan 2013anonymous2013-1-30 Great 3600 psi fill today! A little pricey, but great location! LOTS of pumps!
9 Jan 2013anonymous1/09/2013, 11:04am. Had to move to a second pump, because the first kept timing out. Had to run card three times B4 got approval. 3600psi ran great after that - 100% fill.
26 Nov 2012anonymousthere is another station being built across the street but is ANOTHER clean energy station. No luck on competition. Someone needs to gather up some investors and build one though.
26 Nov 2012anonymousI got a 15% fill 2 weeks ago at this station.
9 Nov 2012fd9804@a.vztc.comAnother local cng user told me that there is another station being built across the street from this one by a competing company. Any truth to this?
27 Oct 2012anonymousYeah totally right. The real way to bring down their prices is to open a competing station on the westside and south bay areas. They give the buses and city cards and discount rates FYI so usually they aren't filling at $3.00 a gallon probably 50 cents to 1 dollar cheaper is my guess. They need competition. But I do my part, I have not filled up here in a long time. I have a video of their pumps being priced at $2.69 and one pump was still 10 cents higher ???? Saw this twice. They also could say their prices are higher because of good compression but I've got 39% fill and fills in 80% before so that's not really viable. I vote with my dollars.
19 Oct 2012fd9804@a.vztc.comYou are correct. We are getting reamed by Clean Energy Inc. Stop going to all Clean Energy Inc. owned stations and only use other brands. The problem is that small fish like us will not force a change in pricing because of the busses and garbarge trucks still willing to pay rip-off prices.
12 Oct 2012anonymous$3.00 a gallon! What! These guys price based on the market. Gasoline goes up. Their prices go up. They pay the same per gallon wholesale. Southern CA has millions of cubic feet of natural gas underground so there is no need for quick market fluctuations. GREEEEEEED. If we move our country towards natural gas and companys behave like this we are better off sticking with current big oil. Because they are no different in culture.
7 Oct 2012anonymousI got a 36% fill here......
10 Sep 2012anonymousthere are no other stations around LAX?
8 Aug 2012anonymous70% fill-up on a 3600 pump and too expensive. I'll only return if it's an emergency fill-up.
5 Jul 2012anonymousonly 83% fill last two times I had to fill here!
6 Dec 2011anonymousI refuse to fill up at these prices. Clean Energy is greedy. I met an employee of clean energy and asked him why so high? he said 'Upper management says "We are a for profit co. we report to shareholders"' Blah Blah. Same as gasoline co. execs GREED!
12 Sep 2011anonymousThis place is always busy with trucks and busses. I usually get a 85% fill. Why is this place so expensive?
18 Jul 2011anonymousAll pumps working, mostly 3600 and only one or two 3000 PSI. 100% fill, lots of airport and trash Trucks. The bathroom for this station is a portapotty.
3 Nov 2010anonymousOnly filled 98% full. 1st time use at this station, which requires you go thru a training video first.
9 Jul 2010anonymous100% Fills 3600PSI. This station also has 2 large fuel nozzles for vehicles with large fuel receptables ( i.e. buses ).
14 Apr 2010anonymous100% fill 3600psi
7 Oct 2009anonymousgot 100% fill on 3600psi #6, alongside three airport shuttles reloading their tanks
13 Nov 2008anonymousI can never seem to get a complete fill, perhaps because large shuttle buses from LAX use these pumps? After 40 miles, I'll be down to half a tank already in my '09 Civic GX.

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