Readers of NGVJournal.com and its media platform can now download the October 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 Norway, United Kingdom, Russia, Ireland, Germany, Sweden and Belgium. We also include stories on EC-approved ‘Life Landfill Biofuel’ project that bets on zero impact vehicles, and on a new agreement between Venice, Eni and Toyota to convert the Italian city in the capital of hydrogen.
You will also find a special section dedicated to the Iberian market, featuring a new report gathering more than 30 scientific studies that demonstrate that natural gas guarantees the quality of air in the region, and the opening of Spain’s first industrial-scale biogas biological purification plant.
In the Asian market, we have included an article on Central India’s first natural gas mother station. We also reviewed Uber’s plan to launch CNG auto rickshaw service in Bangladesh, and Shell/Qatar Petroleum’s new collaboration to form a global LNG bunkering venture. Moreover, you will find the latest developments in H2 technology, including a Toyota’s project to develop hydrogen fuel cell cars in China.
Finally, in North America we covered the renewal of Los Angeles freight company’s all diesel fleet with near zero NGVs. Furthermore, we offer an outlook on New York governor’s recent announcement of $20 million in funds to boost clean truck adoption. You will also find stories on a new Indy biogas plant that will refuel trucks replacing 8 million gallons of diesel a year, and on an LNG bunker barge for Florida’s coast that will be operational in 2021.
You can download the latest edition of AltFuels Magazine here.
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