Bonett has inaugurated another four new CNG fueling stations and with these openings the company currently operates 32 proprietary stations. Moreover, the jury of the 10th edition of the prestigious ALD Automotive Fleet Awards has awarded Bonett in the Environmental Benefits section, on account of its contribution to the CNG network rollout.
Two of the four CNG stations are located in the South Moravian region. Visitors of the MAKRO hypermarket in Brno on the Kaštanová Street, situated near a major traffic hub – an intersection of the D1 and D2 Motorways – can now use two dispensers equipped with four nozzles. Other station is situated on the 207th kilometer of the D1 Motorway in the Ostrava direction next to the well-known roadside cafe adjacent to the OMV filling station at Rohlenka.
The third one has been put into operation next to the Václav Havel International Airport in Prague. The last station, the 32th, has started to sell CNG at the Esotank petrol station located at exit 128 from the D5 Motorway, which connects the Czech capital and the German city of Nurnberg.
All four of Bonett’s new stations have sufficient compression capacity and storage cylinders for more than 1,200 cubic meters of CNG, allowing a passenger car to refuel in two to three minutes. The payment terminals accept the privileged Bonett CNG cards, other CNG cards, and also conventional bank payment cards.
“We plan to open up to 15 additional new stations in 2018, and we would like to have over 60 stations in 2020,” said Václav Holovčák, Vice-Chairman of Bonett Gas Investment. Bonett’s investments will be channeled not only into the construction of new stations but also into the modernization of existing stations that no longer have the required capacity due to the rising number of vehicles.