HAM Group has opened the first LNG station in Slovenia. The LNG mobile station is part of the cHAMeleon project, funded by the European Commission, through the Executive Agency for Innovation and Networks (INEA), to boost the implementation of the LNG refueling infrastructure network in the European Union and promote the growth of the LNG market in the road transport sector.
HAM station is located in Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital, at the junction of two major European freight corridors. “These new projects consolidate HAM’s leadership position in the LNG sector in Europe,” said the company.
The cHAMeleon project is also supported by ENOSLNG, a Slovenian partner responsible for the development of the LNG market in the region, contributing to the start-up of the first LNG refueling station in Slovenia, and thus to an alternative clean fuel solution for road transport. In addition, this project helps the city’s aim to improve air quality and become one of the greenest capitals in Europe.
Zoran Janković, Mayor of Ljubljana; Sofia Papantoniadou, representative of INEA; Klemen Potisek, Secretary of the Ministry of Infrastructure; ENOSLNG and ENERGETIKA representatives, HAM engineers and managers attended the opening of the LNG mobile station.