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Scientists increase capacity of NGV fuel tanks

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Audi and two French distributors of natural gas new members of NGVA Europe

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First Scania LNG Trucks for Argentina

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Germany Reaches 50 H2 Filling Stations

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Don't miss the next NGVA Europe Training Course in May!

tuesday, 22. March 2011

Following the great interest in NGVA Europe's specialised Training Courses, which are conjointly certified by NGVA Europe and TÜV, the German Technical Supervisory Association, we are now proud to announce the next NGVA Europe Training Course for 25-27 May, 2011, to be held in Munich, Germany. The Training Course will not only be carried out by the European Association for Natural & bio Gas...více » 

 

Despite steady NGV growth Europe lies behind global trends

wednesday, 16. March 2011

In February NGVA Europe puplished new statistics for Europe and worldwide as per end of 2010. European countries with a steady NGV growth include Austria, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland and Sweden. The total European NGV market however only grew 6% compared with 2009, whereas the wordwide market upswings 20% to now more than 13...více » 

 

DATS 24 opens first commercial CNG refueling station in Belgium

friday, 18. February 2011

On 17th February DATS 24, the Belgian filling station operator of the Colryt Group, inaugurated the first commercial CNG refuelling station for Belgium in Halle (16 km south of Brussels). A second station for cars and trucks opens its doors in March at the port of Antwerp (Vosseschijnstraat). More CNG service stations will follow shortly in Anderlecht and Ninove. DATS 24 will open about 25 CNG...více » 

 

NGVA Europe introduces first CNG vehicle in Brussels

friday, 18. February 2011

NGVA Europe, the Natural & bio Gas Vehicle Association, drives the first CNG powered vehcile in Brussels, a Fiat Punto Evo Natural Power. Communications & EU Affairs Manager, Matthias Maedge, now drives the vehicle, which was provided by the German NGVA Europe Board member Erdgas Mobil, in the Brussels capital region, in order to show policy makers and Commission representatives that CNG...více » 

 

Natural/biogas fuels increasingly attractive

friday, 18. February 2011

                                           NGVA Europe Board member, the Swiss Gasmobil is once again promoting NGVs at the Genva motor show. With natural or biogas fuel and constantly more powerful engines, environmentally friendly driving is gaining efficiency and attractiveness. At the Geneva Motor Show (March 3-13, 2011), the Swiss Natural Gas Association displays a cross-section from the...více » 

 

North-South natural gas Corridor approved

wednesday, 16. February 2011

The European Commission’s communication ‘Energy infrastructure priorities for 2020 and beyond — A Blueprint for an integrated European energy network’ (COM(2010) 677 final of 17 November 2010) calls for the need for more "flexible supply, including liquefied (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG)." In order to achieve this and other objectives, priority corridors including the North-South...více » 

 

Expert group report: Alternative fuels could replace fossil fuels in Europe by 2050

tuesday, 25. January 2011

Brussels, 25th January 2011 Commission Release Alternative fuels have the potential to gradually replace fossil energy sources and make transport sustainable by 2050, according to a report presented to the European Commission today by the stakeholder expert group on future transport fuels. The EU will need an oil-free and largely CO2-free energy supply for transport by 2050 due to the need to...více » 

 

NGVA Europe Fact Sheet on biomethane potential annexed to Future Transport Fuels report

tuesday, 25. January 2011

A comprehensive NGVA Europe Fact Sheet on the "Biomethane production potential in the EU-27 + EFTA countries, compared with other biofuels" was annexed to the Report of the European Expert Group on Future Transport Fuels, which was published by the European Commission (DG MOVE) on Tuesday, 25th January. page 35 of the Expert Group report states: Bio-methane versus liquid biofuel production from...více » 

 

Training Courses. A new activity of NGVA Europe

monday, 24. January 2011

Last 18th and 19th January 2011, NGVA Europe successfully carried out the first international Training Course in UK for Daimler and Luxfer clients. The UK training was hosted by NGVA Europe member Hardstaff in Nottingham. These newly offered international NGVA Europe Training Courses are conjointly certified by NGVA Europe and TÜV, the German and internationally well established notified body...více » 

 

NGV Berlin 2011 - The future is now!

sunday, 23. January 2011

The forthcoming capital of this fuel will host NGV2011 Berlin Germany, deep inside the NGV world map There are already more than 13 million methane vehicles worldwide and 4,000 units are switched to NGV on a daily basis. As for  Europe, 2010 finished with 18% more units powered by this fuel, compared to 2009. Also, CNG buses and trucks have a significant role in the continent: they consume 73.5%...více » 

 
 
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