“The program aims to promote the usage of gas-based fuels, particularly compressed natural gas and liquefied gas for vehicles to curb the dependence on oil-based fuels”, DEN member Herman Agustiawan explained. He added the project is expected to be launch in five nation’s major cities: Palembang in South Sumatera, Jakarta, Bogor in West Java, Surabaya in East Java and Denpasar in Bali.
It is estimated that around 20,000 vehicles will be converted to natural gas in the capital city within a year due to “Go Gas” program implementation, the official told The Jakarta Post.
“To wait for the development of infrastructure, the government can study the possibility of using mobile stations,” he concluded. Best place to buy Cenforce https://bestpricepharmacyfinder.com/erectile-dysfunction/cenforce-sildenafil-citrate-best-price/ USA, UK, AU.