It is a great achievement to have a chance to fully complete the process by projecting and directly installing all primary components of this site. This is a perfect case of an all-made-in-Italy technology and we are proud to be seen as pioneers,” commented Vanzetti through a press released today.
“Several tests were made during the past months focusing on the refueling process and the whole cryogenic system functioning. Such approach, allow us to confirm that all the key points of strengths and solidity of this application are verified,” the company added.
LNG supply is today provided by Polargas, affiliated company of Vanzetti Engineering, ensuring an efficient logistics. The same station managing operator is put in condition to monitor electronically all the levels and the refill needs at the site, and place an order based on CNG consumption.
There are about 10 L-CNG stations already developed with Vanzetti Engineering technology across Europe today and 20 more are currently either in progress, under development or in projecting phase among Italy and Europe. The innovation is made also by equipping all the new stations for the LNG vehicles refuelling on board, with the perspective of LNG heavy duty trucks approaching markets commercialization.
Liquefied Natural Gas is then confirmed to be a valid and concrete alternative solution to conventional fuels, aiming to boost the NGV refuelling network in Italy and Europe, especially in those areas where site development is blocked by insufficient pipeline pressures or complete pipeline absence.
NGV Journal reported the opening of the first Italian L-CNG station at the beginning of June.