Denisson Energy, a member of Antares Group, and the Romania’s natural gas vehicle association NGVA Romania have much to discuss about the progress of natural gas fuel in their country, choosing the Bucharest International Motor Show – SIAB 2018, running until April 1st, as their presentation venue. There, they will welcome inquiries about optimal solutions for switching from traditional fuels to alternative fuels and their significant benefits.
Exhibiting Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as an alternative to traditional fuels is a first in Romania. Trade visitors are getting acquainted with the future public stations of the CNG Romania network and will be offered information on the project’s objectives, the location of the stations, the status of each station, etc.
The first car converted in Romania is on show, drawing attention to the practice of conversion to the bi-fuel gasoline-CNG system. Proudly, the project partners will bring enough arguments in favour of CNG vehicles.
Also at SIAB 2018, the Conference “National and Local Programs for the Reduction of Pollution” will include a presentation by Mr. Dumitru Becşenescu, the President NGVA Romania. He will speak on “Compressed natural gas – the viable green mobility solution: the importance of the CNG Romania project in the context of domestic and international trends”. (March 28)
The Bucharest International Motor Show (SIAB), the emblem event of the auto industry in Romania, aims to resume the tradition of international car shows in Romania 11 years from the previous event. SIAB is recognized by the International Automobile Manufacturers’ Organization (OICA), listed in its official calendar. The SIAB 2018 edition will be organized by Romexpo in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania and in partnership with the Association of Automobile Manufacturers and Importers (APIA).
About CNG Romania:
The project implemented by Denisson Energy and the NGV Romania Natural Gas Association, within the Connection Europe Facility (CEF), aims to implement the first network of filling stations for compressed natural gas vehicles in Romania along the pan-European corridors. The EUR 5.2 million project benefits from an EU co-financing of 85% and aims, among other things, to decarbonise and improve mobility in Europe by placing the first CNG network in
Romania on the central axis of the main TEN-T road transport corridors linking the EU Center and the West with the South-West and the Black Sea states, Constanţa being the end point of the corridor.
Details of the project and its deployment stages can be found at www.cngromania.eu.
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Source: CNG Romania