Clean fuels and fueling infrastructure

Increasing the use of alternative fuels and clean vehicles is key to reducing both local air and noise pollution and global greenhouse gas emissions. Clean fuels include biodiesel, biogas/CNG (compressed natural gas), LPG (liquid petroleum gas) and bio-ethanol. For their broader market deployment, the build-up of special filling station infrastructure for clean fuels and the electric vehicle charging station infrastructure is a necessary condition. 

List of demo sites where this technology is being implemented.

READY Site Växjö

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GrowSmarter Site Cologne

Situated on the banks of the river Rhine, Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany and home to key players in business and industry. The city is committed to the European Union’s goal of achieving a 20% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, a 20% increase in the share of renewable energy and...

GrowSmarter Site Barcelona

Voted European Capital of Innovation 2014, Barcelona is a vast metropolitan hub with a long tradition of industry and entrepreneurship. Barcelona City Council encourages strategic initiatives aimed at generating international collaboration and promoting a global and forward-looking vision to...

TRIANGULUM Site Stavanger

The Stavanger region is regarded as one of the most innovative regions in Norway. For ten years in a row, it has been appointed The Best Business Region in Norway (NHO) and has a practice for close triple helix cooperation among businesses, academia and public sector. The region aims at a high...

TRIANGULUM Site Manchester

The city of Manchester is one of ten local authorities that make up the Greater Manchester conurbation, which has a total population of 2.6 million people and is the second largest economy in the United Kingdom. ‘Corridor Manchester’ will be the focus of activity in the city - a 2 km long spine...