The Minister of Economy, Industry and Employment of Aragon, Marta Gastón, attended the opening of Endesa’s first natural gas fueling station in Zaragoza, integrated in the service station of the Auto-Taxi Cooperative, and underlined: “We are fully involved in the energy transition in the automotive field.”
The new Endesa station, which is part of the company’s sustainable mobility strategy, in this case through its commitment to CNG, has storage capacity to supply natural gas up to 150 vehicles. It consists of a CNG dispenser, a regulation and measurement station and a compressor of 100 Nm3/h with internal storage. The facility, which also offers fast fill service, is open to public and will be open 24/7.
Gastón expressed the support of the Government of Aragon to everything that this installation involves in terms of consumption of cleaner energies, cost reduction and a greater capacity of choice of the consumers with comfortable vehicles that hardly make noise. She said that the number of natural gas-powered vehicles is gradually increasing in Spain also due to the tax incentives, and it is “essential” to have refueling stations.
“It is relevant to our community, relevant to Zaragoza and relevant to one the protagonists of this inauguration, the Auto-Taxi Cooperative,” she added, as they have a large fleet of natural gas vehicles, whose promotion will be encouraged with this facility.
Source: Government of Aragon