Currently, there are four CNG filling stations in service, all of them public and operated by national gas provider Eesti Gaas AS. Two of them are located in the capital Tallinn, other in Tartu, the country’s second largest city, and the newest opened in Pärnu in March 2013. In addition, there are plans to build two new fueling facilities.
Moreover, the Estonian Government considers supporting incentives helping to promote biomethane in transport and for instance adopted the National Renewable Energy Action Plan, which states the share of renewable energy to increase to 25% of the gross final consumption of energy by 2020. Though biomethane is not produced in Estonia as a vehicle fuel right now, the country has a huge potential regarding biomethane production with 14 biogas plants in operation.
Source: NGVA Europe