LNG for trucks, Liqvis to build a network of filling stations in Germany

First station near Berlin opened, other 13 planned

On Monday, Uniper, through a dedicated unit Liqvis, opened its first LNG filling station in Germany for heavy duty vehicles at the presence of German Undersecretary for Transport, Guido Beermann. The station, located near Berlin, is the first of a network of 14 plants which Liqvis is going to build across Germany in the scope of a project funded from the European programme CEF.
Moreover, Liqvis will realize other six LNG filling stations in France and Belgium.
“Vehicles and refueling technology for LNG have achieved the necessary industrial maturity and are already available on the market today, whereas by building up a filling station network in Germany and neighboring countries, we want to further promote the expansion of this clean fuel,” said Managing Director of Liqvis, Silvano Calcagno.

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06 November 2018 - 09:03 CET