The Green League:
Dixons Transport 4
Virginia Transport 2
Food Surplus Management 2
The Happy Pear 3
Harris Transport 1
Woodside Transport 1
BWG Transport 1
Dan Fitzpatrick, CNG Commercialisation Manager from Gas Networks Ireland, gave an overview of the current state of affairs of the industry in Ireland. He discussed everything from anerobic digestion, to grid injection, to the causeway project, to green connect, to...
Duncan Stewart from Eco Eye explores the potential of using biogas as a fuel and the attempts made to make it a feasible energy source. The program is to air on RTE at 19.00 on 05/03/19 and features CNG stations.
We would just like to thank Federico and Giuseppe for inviting us over to Italy for a tour of the Fornovogas factory. We had a very informative couple of days and got to see at first hand the production of the compressors and associated systems. It is a very...
Pre-Christmas, the Health and Safety Authority made an unannounced visit to the CNG facility in Ballycoolin. The installation was looked at from a variety of different angles, with emphasis being placed on the safety of personnel, drivers and operators. Discussions...
How Compressed Natural Gas Installation Works
Benefits of CNG:
- Alternative – increases security of energy supply in a geo-politically sensitive oil market
- Renewable – it is a pathway to the use of renewable biomethane gas as a transport fuel
- NGVs experience less vibration and are quieter than equivalent diesel vehicles
- NGVrefuellingtimesareequivalenttothatof other fuels such as diesel and petrol
- CNG has been identified as a key contributor to making Ireland a carbon-neutral country
- Natural gas is always available and never has to be stored or ordered
- Natural gas remains competitively priced compared to other fluctuating fuel prices
Changing your transport fuel choice to Compressed Natural Gas
The use of natural gas instead of more polluting fuels like diesel and petrol will result in considerably lower emissions of climate changing greenhouse gases.
The fuel cost savings of CNG compared to other fuels range from 17% to 35% making it an extremely attractive alternative fuel source.
CNG is a proven technology that has been in existence for decades. Worldwide there are 19 million vehicles in use with strong growth in Europe.
What is Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)?
CNG is a global alternative to diesel or petrol as a transport fuel.
It has similar refuelling and operational characteristics to diesel, providing fast filling and similar travel ranges. It is used as a transport fuel in Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV) and is a proven, reliable technology used in over 19 million vehicles worldwide and 1.9 million vehicles in the developing European market. Natural gas is the same efficient and affordable fuel that is used to generate our electricity, heat our homes and cook our food; it is simply compressed to fit in the fuel tank of a natural gas vehicle.