Besides, vice president Gómez stressed that “we are committed to energy saving and efficiency and we are working in order to turn the Balearic Islands into a European model region, an example of sustainable mobility, also complying with the urban mobility plan proposed by the European Union. It is quite a challenge to progressively reduce the use of conventional fuel.”
The CNG equipment has been installed under the trunk and has no cost to the Balearic government thanks to the agreement signed with Ferrosite, the company which manufactures the conversion kits. Specifically, three natural gas cylinders of 17 liters each (8.57 Kg of CNG in total) were installed.
Source: Government of the Balearic Islands.