CFC Company Profile & Qualifications

The mission of Clean Fuel Connection, Inc. is to improve air quality by supporting the commercialization of new alternative fuel and renewable energy technologies. Our company strives to help customers adopt those technologies in ways that achieve their own economic and environmental goals. In achieving this mission, we will always meet the highest standards of ethical behavior and professionalism in our dealings with all customers, employees and vendors.

CFCI has been in business since 1999. The company is a California Corporation and a woman-owned business. CFCI is a licensed contractor in the State of California (CA 770564).


CFCI Has four divisions:

  • Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
  • Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Infrastructure
  • Consulting
  • Photovoltaics

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

CFCI is a respected leader in electric vehicle charging infrastructure. In the 1990s, as an employee of Edison International, the President of CFCI worked hand in hand with GM, Honda, and Ford to launch their EV models, and sell, service, and install charging equipment. After CFCI was founded in 1999, the automakers turned to CFCI to provide electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Over the next decade, CFCI provided and installed charging infrastructure for Nissan and Toyota in addition to Ford, Honda, and GM.

Today CFCI is a charging equipment distributor and installer for ChargePointâ„¢, Schneider Electric and Kanematsu. Recent customers include San Diego International Airport, Pacific Sunwear, Friendly Franchises (Carls Jr.), Irvine Company, City of Beverly Hills, County of Alameda, City of San Jose and many more. Recent large-scale projects have included ChargePoint America, EV Corridor Communities (No. California).


Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Infrastructure

Clean Fuel Connection, Inc. is a distributor of Galileo natural gas compressors in the United States. Galileo is one of the world's largest manufacturers of natural gas compressors with more than 2,000 systems in 65 countries. Galileo is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but in 2011, they established a U.S. subsidiary, GNC Galileo Corporation which is managed by the principals of CFCI. CFCI is working on behalf of Galileo to establish a nation-wide dealer and service network. Seven Galileo systems have already been sold and installed in Texas, Iowa, Wisconsin and California. Ten years ago, CFCI also worked with Honda and FuelMaker to introduce the first natural gas home refueling device to the United States.



Clean Fuel Connection, Inc. has a thriving consulting practice based on supporting local governments, regional air quality agencies, utilities and other organizations that have an interest in promoting natural gas or electric transportation. Clients include:

  • Electric Power Research Institute (multiple projects)
  • Odyne
  • Los Angeles World Airport
  • South Coast Air Quality Management District (multiple projects)
  • SPX
  • City of Riverside
  • Plug in Electric Vehicle Collaborative

A complete description of projects and references is available upon request.