Burning methane (natural gas) as an alternative to diesel to power heavy trucks can reduce carbon emissions by around 16% – but switching to biomethane produces even more dramatic reductions of up to 65%. But if biomethane is to become a viable mainstream alternative to diesel for road transport there are still many hurdles to overcome, as a conference held in London in June this year heard. Opening the event, transport minister Norman Baker MP said that 20% of UK […]
The UK’s first open access Bio-LNG filling station, a blend of liquefied natural gas and liquid biomethane, opened today (23 May) in Daventry.
Gloucestershire-based Howard Tenens is converting 35 of its LGVs into dual-fuel vehicles to reduce its carbon footprint.