LNG for mobility, new refueling station in the Marches
Beyfin inaugurates the plant in Sant’Angelo in Vado (PU). Offers also CNG
Expansion of Italian network of LNG filling stations for road transportation continues. Actually, a few days ago a new station in Sant’Angelo in Vado (Pesaro Urbino), the second one in the Marche, was inaugurated.
The station, located along the trunk road 73/bis less than 30 km away from Urbino, provides LNG as well as methane (CNG) and it is the first of the Beyfin brand, and independent network of around a hundred of filling stations in 9 Italian regions.
The new LNG refueling station in Sant’Angelo in Vado represents “an environmentally sustainable evolution of road mobility,” commented Chief Executive Officer of Beyfin, Beatrice Niccolai.
In the middle term, announced Niccolai, Beyfin will build another LNG refueling facility in Tuscany and it is considering other points where such a service could be implemented.
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10 October 2018 - 15:31 CEST