In the UK, Forecourt Trade reported that biomethane producer CNG Fuels has opened its tenth refueling station for heavy good vehicles (HGV) in the UK.
The new refueling station, which is located at Castleford in West Yorkshire, has the capacity of refueling up to 500 HGVs per day. According to CNG Fuels, the new refueling station will cut 67,500 tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually when compared to diesel when fully utilized.
With this new facility, the company can now refuel 5,000 HGVs across the UK daily.
“Fleet operators around the world are urgently seeking ways to cut emissions from their fleets. In the UK, fleet operators can do so today by adopting biomethane. Our fast-growing network of refueling infrastructure has made biomethane more accessible than ever before, and fleets – ranging from local hauliers through to major household brands – are dramatically cutting emissions every day,” said Philip Fjeld, CEO of CNG Fuels.