Germany’s Westfalen Group Plans LNG Filling Stations

| Germany: Münster | Source: Westfalen Group
Germany: Munster site for LNG Station

IVECO supported the Westfalen event with an LNG demonstration vehicle.

The Westfalen Group is already one of the pioneers in the market for alternative fuels such as LPG and hydrogen in Germany. Now the energy technology company has expanded its alternative fuel interests to include Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) for heavy-duty truck applications. Read more »

HAM opens LNG Mobile Refueling Station on Spain’s East Coast

| Spain: Barcelona | Source: HAM Group

HAM Mobile LNG Refueler station in ValenciaGrupo HAM has opened a mobile refueling unit for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) powered vehicles in the El Oliveral Industrial Park in the Autonomous Community of Valencia on the east coast of Spain. The mobile station is equipped with an LNG distributor that will supply trucks and heavy vehicles 24/7. Read more »

Mexico Geared for Exponential NGV Growth

| Mexico: Mexico City | Source: AMGNV and AltFuels
AltFuels Mexico presentation by AMGNV's president Bayona

Andrés Bayona, president AMGNV at AltFuels opening.

During the 2018 edition of AltFuels Mexico, the Mexican Association of NGV, CNG, LNG and Biogas (AMGNV) was officially launched. This year it stands as a major supporter of AltFuels Mexico 2019. The association estimates that more than 15 thousand vehicles converted to Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV) are already circulating in Mexico, made up of approximately 45% taxis, 15% passenger transport and 40% freight transport. Read more »

Calgary Opens Largest North American Transit Facility for Natural Gas Buses

| Canada, Calgary AB | Source: City of Calgary; CNGVA

Calgary Transit Stoney Facility bus hoistIn the Canadian province of Alberta, the City of Calgary is celebrating the opening of its long awaited massive new bus storage and maintenance facility for Calgary Transit – the largest indoor Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) bus fueling complex in North America and one of the largest in the world. Investing in the facility means Calgarians now have access to a more effective and environmentally friendly transit system. Read more »

CNG Fuel Consumption up 12% for Czech Republic

| Czech Republic: Prague | Source: Czech Gas Association
Bonett 32nd CNG Station

Bonett’s 32nd CNG Station in Czech Rep.

The Czech Republic amply demonstrates the rightful place for Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV) as an alternative fuel component of its national fleet: advantageous prices, the increasing number of filling stations, and the wider offer of new models of passenger cars and buses all stand behind the record consumption of compressed natural gas (CNG) in 2018 and continued investment in 2019. Read more »

HAM opens its First Gas Station in Asturias

| Spain: Barcelona | Source: HAM Group

HAM opens L-CNG station in Asturias (2)

Spain’s HAM Group has opened its first service station in the Principality of Asturias, an autonomous community in northern Spain, where it will supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) as a fuel for transportation. It is located in the Central Slaughterhouse of Asturias in the town of Noreña. Read more »

Clean Energy Aims for 100% Renewable, Zero-Carbon Fuel (RNG)

| USA: Phoenix AZ | Source: Clean Energy Fuels Corp

Clean Energy Fuels Redeem DiagramClean Energy Fuels Corp. has set goals to offer Zero-Carbon Redeem™ renewable natural gas (RNG) at all of its fueling stations by 2025, summarized in its latest  Corporate Sustainability Report. By transitioning exclusively to Redeem by 2025 and by achieving Zero-Carbon intensity, Clean Energy would outdistance other alternative fuels, including electric vehicles, which are not excepted to hit that mark until 2045. Read more »

Redeem RNG is Flowing for Clean Energy Fuels

| USA: Newport Beach CA | Source: Clean Energy Fuels Corp.

Wastepro MACK CNG Trucks refuelingCalifornia’s Clean Energy Fuels Corp. says they have experienced increased demand for renewable natural gas (RNG) from the refuse sector, particularly in California, where refuse trucks are fueled by the very solid waste they haul. Several other developments are included in their latest market update. Read more »