The manager of Transport, Traffic and Road Safety of the Provincial Municipality of Trujillo Víctor Hugo del Capio Sedano explained that diesel buses have been acquired since 2010 because the CNG station has not yet opened.
“Between September and October, as part of the funding program carried out in partnership with the Development Finance Corporation (Cofide) to renew fleets, Trujillo’s first natural gas fueling site could be in service. This will allow companies to start funding procedures to purchase vehicles with CNG option,” he said.
The filling station will be located next to the former Modasa factory, where the Provincial Civil Defense Emergency Center is currently installed.
“Clean Energy del Peru, which is the private company responsible for the project, is already in control of the land where the station will be constructed. Operations are planned to start in three or four months,” the official confirmed.
Source: Provincial Municipality of Trujillo.