With the acquisition of four commercial CNG stations and a bus depot in Helsingborg, OrangeGas has hit the ground running in Sweden. As of 1 September, the Dutch company will start operating the former Öresundskraft stations, which are all located in the Helsingborg region.
With the expected developments in Sweden and Germany, the 2021 annual revenue will be double the 2020 figure. “This is a crucial step for OrangeGas, as we have the ambition to become the largest clean fuel retailer in North-West Europe,” said founder/director Marcel Borger.
Öresundskraft is the local energy company and has decided to deliver green energy to industrial and residential environments. By supplying green energy and maintenance to the filling stations, Öresundskraft will keep working closely with OrangeGas. “Sweden welcomes OrangeGas as a very active player in the sustainable fuel market, which will give a new impulse to driving on biogas,” said CEO of Öresundskraft Anders Östlund.
In addition to these commercial stations, the bus depot which serves the municipal and regional carriers is an important customer. OrangeGas will refuel 123 CNG buses daily at the depot.
After the construction of two biomethane fast filling stations on the island of Öland, the stations in Helsingborg are the next step for OrangeGas in Sweden. The stations on the island of Öland are expected to be operational this summer. The ambition is to have 20 to 30 OrangeGas filling stations in Sweden by the end of 2020.