During the Green Transport Summit, hosted by this Department as part of the programme for October Transport Month, Nkosi also highlighted that it is imperative for Gauteng to be a leader in green transportation. Speakers include transport operators, policy makers, research institutions, politicians and automakers, who discussed about alternatives to conventional fuel and public transport measures that could contribute to environmental sustainability.
Regarding the conversion to natural gas, it has not yet been determined. However, the Industrial Development Corporation, which belongs to the Department of Economic Development, said it is eager to fund manufacturers to pioneer the process. In turn, the South African Pipeline and Gas Association assured Johannesburg in particular is ready to roll out methane-driven vehicles.
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