Bio-LNG is rapidly emerging as a more environmentally friendly fuel for the transport sector and its uptake is encouraged by the European Union.
The examination will test the use of Bio-LNG in a full live trial with HGV fleet operators in the UK, with detailed monitoring of fuel and traffic throughput. Five open access Bio-LNG refueling stations will be deployed and tested in Thurrock, Avonmouth, Livingston, Wakefield and Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT).
Testing will also be extended to continental Europe via two mobile refueling stations, building local demand for open access refueling on top of the initial demand from UK based operators.
The final report will condense the pilot’s results as well as present the three main topics of the study:
1. Progress on standards.
2. Business model.
3. Roadmap for deployment of Bio-LNG across the TEN-T network.
Source: The Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency (TEN-T EA).