- ENGIE offers its clients a complete supply solution for buses that run on natural gas by designing, building and operating stations and providing natural gas.
- Filling stations are adapted to operators’ requirements: in or outside depots, in slow or fast filling mode.
- The highest possible safety criteria are applied.
- 92% of the earth’s inhabitants today are exposed to poor air quality, according to the WHO, particularly in large cities.
- To fight against pollution and purify the air in towns, developing vehicles that run on natural gas is a major lever.
- But for public-transport operators to use natural gas as a fuel, they need to have charging stations set up at strategic points of their routes, and adapted to their needs.
- Natural gas is much less polluting than other fuels commonly in use. Fine particle emissions are reduced by 99%, nitrogen oxide by 85%, CO2 potentially by as much as 15%, and engine noise by half compared to diesel.
- ENGIE handles the integration, operation and maintenance of natural gas filling stations.
- Its wide partner network enables the Group to offer a complete turnkey solution that is tailored to local challenges.
- Station models are entirely adapted to the client’s needs: in or outside depots, in slow or fast filling mode.
For who ?
- Local authorities that want to offer their citizens an innovative clean-transport solution, like more than 17 municipalities in France that are equipped by ENGIE to fuel their bus fleets.
- Public-transport operators that use buses running on natural gas.