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Truck manufacturers stepping on the gas

If the UK transport sector is to reduce its emissions in line with government targets, alternative fuels like natural gas will be crucial to the mix. 2018 was the year natural gas went from a relatively niche technology to a viable mass-produced alternative to diesel. With hydrogen and electric still some way off becoming a Read the full article…

Gasrec now offering government-certified bio-LNG

Commercial vehicle fleets running on liquified natural gas (LNG) can now take advantage of the same huge CO2 savings being achieved by compressed natural gas (CNG)-fuelled trucks running on biomethane, following a significant move by fuel provider Gasrec. ย  The firm has become the first in the UK to offer customers access to Renewable Transport Read the full article…

Household brands proving the gas concept

In 2018 household brands such as Sainsbury’s, John Lewis, TK Maxx and Ocado led the way in committing to running substantial numbers of their HGVs on natural gas. The new technology, which is more environmentally friendly than diesel, represents a significant proportion of new HGV registrations (10% of the 4×2 market) and is expected to Read the full article…

2018 IS THE YEAR NATURAL GAS MOVES MAINSTREAM

12th July 2017 2018 IS THE YEAR NATURAL GAS MOVES MAINSTREAM, SAYS GASREC Gasrec, operator of the UKโ€™s largest network of natural gas refuelling stations, said today that itโ€™s in discussions to build a number of new refuelling stations which could see itโ€™s network more than double by the end of 2019. Speaking today at Read the full article…

Natural Gas for Trucks Promoted by German Transport Ministry

25/06/18 Germanyโ€™s Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer earlier this month presented funding guidelines for subsidies for energy-efficient, low-carbon trucks using Compressed (CNG) and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). Transport companies are now awaiting notice about commencement from the Federal Office for Freight Transport (BAG) as fund manager, expected mid-July. Strong interest is anticipated. Company Eligibility Eligibility Read the full article…

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