LPG company gets new Bio-LNG trucks instead of conventional diesel

August 18, 2019 |

In the United Kingdom, Flogas Britain, a liquefied petroleum gas supplier, introduced two new Bio-LNG powered trucks from Volvo into their fleet to cut their carbon emissions. The trucks provide an 80% reduction in carbon emissions compared to the conventional diesel engine alternative and they are in operation as of this month. The new Volvo FM tractor units will be used to transport bulk LPG and LNG. These two vehicles are part of their 2040 ambition of providing customers with 100% renewable energy solutions.

James Goodson, National Account Manager for Alternative Transport Fuels at Flogas, said, “They will each be powered by renewable Bio-LNG – a highly sustainable biofuel that’s produced during the anaerobic digestion process. This means they’ll be 50% quieter, they’ll release significantly fewer pollutants, and fuel costs will be far lower.”

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