CNG Net invests in a country-wide network of CNG filling stations: at this moment, it exploits 60 percent of the operational public filling stations. CNG Net and Tamoil opened the filling station together with representative Annelies van der Kolk and Alderman Pieter Teeninga, reported NGVA Europe through Ballast Nedam’s press release.
In the coming years, CNG Net will make the transition to biomethane, which can be provided at the current CNG filling stations without any modifications having to be made.
Ballast Nedam IPM and waste processing company De Meerlanden are set to produce biomethane from vegetable, fruit and garden waste. This involves them becoming the first organisations in the