Presented at the ninth edition of European Mobility Week, whose theme is “Travel Smarter, Live Better”, this government’s initiative aims to promote sustainable mobility in the country with a cleaner fuel to power local transportation.
The plant’s location will be soon identified, according to the digital media EcoMotori, and it will be an area with high lands and easily accessible for users. The project was announced by Bergamo’s environment commissioner Massimo Bandera after the launching of the first so-called “eat smog” car.
In the next meeting of the Coordinating Board for Air Pollution in the region, the city of Bergamo will propose, in proportion to available resources, the necessary incentives to facilitate the purchase of NGVs by individuals.
It is worth mentioning that biogas plants are already widely used in Cremona (also in Lombardy), producing excellent results regarding energy conservation and creation of renewable energy.