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Renewable gas in transport and methane emissions
Estimations about the European Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) market evolution show a potential in reaching a fleet of 13 million units in 2030, which means growth by factor 10 compared to today's situation. Renewable gas production will translate into a very concrete contribution to decarbonisation: 30% renewable gas corresponds to a GHG emissions reduction of more than 45% compared to conventional fuels on a Well-to-Wheel basis. When considering the potential in using 80% renewable gas mix, a complete carbon neutrality can be achieved.
12 Nov 2018
Revision Clean Vehicle Directive
CNG and LNG are in measure to sustain in a very efficient way a large variety of transportation modes with an immediate effect on GHG emissions and local pollutant reduction making them a great option for clean mobility in cities.
24 Mar 2017Download