Encouraging greener logistics on the roads
emissions due to transport,
which represent 22% of all emissions
vehicles running on gas in
100 million €
invested by ENGIE to develop
“natural gas” transport
100 new LNG-CNG
stations in Europe in 5 years
Today in Europe, industrial and logistics groups are mobilising with ENGIE to access new kinds of long-distance transport. Their objective is to put in place logistics circuits that are greener, and even completely "carbon neutral", banking on gas fuel.
Transport today represents over 20% of all CO2 emissions worldwide. Investing in gentler transport modes and developing alternative fuels are therefore essential. This is true for urban as well as long-distance transport. For ENGIE, it means opting for the “natural gas” fuel solution.
A "blue corridor" for clean transport
Since May 2013, the European Union has been deploying the European “Liquefied Natural Gas Blue Corridors” project. Its aim is to make LNG a real alternative for medium- and long-distance transport.
To achieve this, LNG stations are being put up every 400 km on the main European roads. 50 LNG stations have been deployed, creating a clean goods-transport road corridor from Poland to Portugal.
The project, which involves 27 partners in 11 countries, is co-funded by the European Commission for a total of €7.96 M.
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