Suzhou Passenger Transport Group, Wuxi Passenger Transport Co. Ltd., Nantong Automobile Transportation Group Co. Ltd. and Changyun Group have ensured fuel supply from Huagang Gas, which agreed to provide 20 tons of LNG per day to a total of 107 buses. Haugang will also build an LNG filling station for each transport company.
According to Menafn.com, this represents China’s top LNG bus project in the Yangtze River Delta region, and these vehicles are especially strategic options to push forward low-carbon transportation. Besides Jiangsu, Hainan province also plans to deploy LNG buses as part of project between Haikou Municipal Government and Kunlun Energy.
Moreover, 50 Hengtong CNG hybrid buses have been formally operated in Hohhot, in the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region. According to Chinabuses.org, this new fleet delivers steadiness, strong power, easy operation, high reliability and low noise. In addition, it is expected to reduce the emission of 86 tons of CO2 each year.