During the opening ceremony on June 28th, the executive announced that the first 200 customers that convert their vehicles to natural gas will get a special voucher of USD 200 in recognition of its decision to change, reported Diario Correo.
In this way, Peru strengthens its CNG stations network. In a recent interview given to Andina news agency, Mario Trujillo, who is general manager of natural gas distributor Cálidda, commented: “We have 155 CNG stations in Lima and Callao, and we will have supplied 170 facilities by the end of 2011. This is an important segment because it makes huge profits.”
Recently, NGVJournal published the Peruvian Chamber for Natural Gas Vehicles report, which provides an overview of local NGV market.