Redexis has launched a new network of seven natural gas stations in order to supply the Murcia’s Health Service (SMS, as in its Spanish acronym) ambulance fleet, made up of nearly 400 vehicles.
The development of this refueling infrastructure was carried in collaboration with Orthem (concessionaire of the SMS for the management of medical transport in the Murcia region), thus taking a new step in promoting sustainable and low carbon mobility through the boost of the natural gas for vehicles.
Redexis completely carried out the infrastructure for this new NGV project, considered strategic for the Murcia region, including LNG plants, gas networks, supply connection and pumps. In total, seven CNG stations were built, corresponding to the headquarters or areas in which the regional health transport service is structured.
This agreement joins other projects that Redexis already has in place to develop more NGV refueling infrastructure at a national level, which will allow a widespread adoption of this fuel, Europa Press reported.