It is impossible to rely on only one solution in terms of energy. If we aim to achieve our climate goals for 2030 and 2050, we will need multiple fuel and energy consumption solutions.
Aside from LNG, G&V Energy Group also invests in CNG and AdBlue networks.
‘Natural gas is the fuel of the future and ecologically as well as economically interesting, particularly now that the number of fuelling systems is growing.’
Compressed Natural Gas
CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) is today's affordable and sustainable alternative to traditional fuels such as diesel or petrol for both light vehicles and heavy-duty trucks. These days, you will find numerous engines that are compatible for professionals in the transport sector.
Compressed Natural Gas
The natural gas that comes from the distribution grid and is also used for cooking and heating is put under high pressure before it is injected into the fuel tank of a vehicle.
Economical: thanks to low fuel prices (-10 - 20%) and tax benefits, a CNG-powered vehicle will have a lower TCO (Total Cost of Ownership).
Better for our environment: lower CO2 emissions / 77 - 95% reduction in particulate matter emissions / 90% reduction in nitrogen oxides).
High degree of autonomy: CNG trucks can travel an average of 400 km while utility vehicles using a combination of petrol and CNG have an autonomy of more than 600 km.
User-friendly: a factor 2 reduction in noise pollution.
Safe: permitted in underground car parks.
Every G&V Truck station is provided with an Adblue tank.
Adblue is neither a fuel nor a fuel additive, but a urea solution that is topped up in a special AdBluetank in diesel trucks.
This is to reduce nitrogen emissions from diesel trucks and to comply with increasingly strict European emission standards.
AdBlue is an aqueous solution used to convert 85% of NOx emissions (nitrogen oxides) into water and nitrogen.
The product is a mixture of 67.5% water and 32.5% high purity urea.
AdBlue is injected into the exhaust before the SCR catalyst (installed in the exhaust). The effect caused by the heat converts AdBlue into ammonia. This element in turn reacts with the nitrogen oxides (NOx) in the diesel engine’s exhaust, converting these harmful gases into two harmless substances: nitrogen and steam.
Sustainable transport is becoming increasingly popular and the vehicle fleets of leading truck manufacturers now include a wide range of high-quality LNG trucks.
In terms of power, torque, payload and range, these trucks are completely on a par with modern diesel trucks.
In order to meet the growing global demand for energy in the next decades to come, the world will need to make use of all the energy sources that are currently available. At the same time, transport has become indispensable in our modern society.
G&V Energy Group has been preparing for these challenges for some time now and is investing in the development of this cleanest fossil fuel.