PitPoint’s public CNG refueling network in Germany has expanded from 13 to 27 stations as of September 2017, following a take-over agreement with GAZU. The deal effectively doubles the network of CNG stations owned by PitPoint Germany. The company wants to make sustainable fuels available and affordable in order to avoid harmful emissions.
“This is a significant step towards achieving PitPoint’s vision of 100% clean mobility by 2030,” said Benjamin Janke, Managing Director Germany at PitPoint. “It is our ambition to continue growing our national CNG network infrastructure, and to make a constantly increasing number of CNG/biomethane stations available to our partners and customers.”
PitPoint provides integrated refueling infrastructure solutions to public and private customers in road and marine transport. Together with its partners, PitPoint builds, operates and maintains CNG/biomethane, LNG, and hydrogen filling stations, as well as EV charging points. It operates in several European countries, including the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
In May of this year, PitPoint and Volkswagen, along with other industry partners, signed a declaration of intent with the purpose of increasing the number of CNG vehicles in Germany from 100,000 to one million, and to expand the country’s overall CNG network from 900 to 2,000 stations. Today’s acquisition of additional CNG/Biomethane stations by PitPoint directly contributes to this goal, and to company’s ongoing quest to further clean mobility in Germany.