Readers of NGVJournal.com and its media platform can now download the November edition of AltFuels e-Magazine, which includes The Gas Vehicles Report (The GVR), Asian NGV Communications, and NGVJournal.US, with extensive coverage of worldwide markets.
In this new issue, you will find Europe’s main natural gas-related developments in countries such as Ireland, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Finland and Poland. We also include stories on a Italian partnership to build three new natural gas stations in Calabria, on a Paris transport operator’s recent acquisition of more than 400 biomethane-powered buses, and on major agreements signed to expand Russian NGV infrastructure.
You will also find a special section dedicated to the Iberian market, featuring a story on the expansion of the Spanish natural gas refueling network, and on EMT de Madrid’s robust eco-friendly fleet that will have almost 400 Scania CNG buses next year.
In the Asian market, we have included an article on Delhi’s new green fleet featuring more than 100 CNG buses. We also reviewed India’s first plant that will convert paddy straw into biogas for vehicle use, and an LNG bunkering vessel simulator that will enable first-of-its-kind hands-on training in Malaysia. Moreover, you will find the latest developments in H2 technology, including a new cleaner, cheaper hydrogen production technology developed by Israeli researchers.
Finally, in North America we covered UPS’ latest commitment to sustainability, acquiring 6,000 NGVs. Furthermore, we offer an outlook on Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles’ new milestone with 100 near-zero renewable fueled trucks. You will also find stories on Canadian government supporting development of CNG storage technology, and on the first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering service on North American west coast.
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