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CNG refuelling station under study

CNG Fuels is opening a renewable biomethane refuelling station in Northampton as part of the UK’s first large-scale study of how compressed natural gas (CNG) can help cut transport emissions.

The project has received funding from the Office for Low Emissions Vehicles in partnership with Innovate UK.

The station will be used by a new Waitrose fleet of 58 dedicated CNG trucks engaged in long-haul, inter-city and urban runs, including six trialling zero-emissions refrigeration units powered by the truck’s gas engine.

Performance data will be analysed by a University of Cambridge team.

 

 

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