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in transport

The use of natural gas represents one of the key and most effective solutions to fight climate change and improve air quality in a cost-efficient way, particularly in the transport sector. Both CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) and LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) are viable and scalable solutions that can sustain efficiently a large variety of transportation modes with an immediate reduction on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and pollutants.

Both CNG and LNG can also be produced from a variety of renewable energy sources, such as: organic waste and biomass produced through anaerobic digestion; gasification processes; or by directly converting carbon dioxide (CO2) into synthetic methane by using hydrogen produced from surplus electricity.

As such, the g-mobility campaign started by NGVA Europe aims to communicate these  benefits and provide clear information to both consumers and policy makers so that they can make well-informed decisions.

The g-mobility concept included all methane gas, be it CNG, LNG, biomethane and synthetic natural gas.