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The GasHighWay - Route to Green Transportation publication has been published!

The European project called GasHighWay has been running since 2009 with the aim of promoting the uptake of gaseous vehicle fuels, as well as the production and upgrading of biogas for vehicle fuel. The objective of the project was to promote the realisation of a network of refuelling stations fo

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"GasHighWay - The Market Accelerator in Europe" publication

The European project called GasHighWay aimed at promoting the uptake of gaseous vehicle fuels, namely biomethane and CNG, and especially the realisation of a comprehensive network of refuelling stations for these fuels spanning Europe from the north, Finland and Sweden, to the south, Italy – in

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GasHighWay information leaflet in Swedish

Swedish Gas Centre has published an information leaflet in Swedish. A total of 13,500 copies were distributed through insertion in two energy business periodicals ("Energigas” and "Energimagasinet”). Please, read the leaflet!

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GasHighWay

The European Union has set the target of increasing the share of biofuels and so-called alternative fuels, including natural gas, in traffic to 10 and 20 %, respectively, by 2020.

In order to overcome these barriers, a European project called GasHighWay has been established, aiming at promoting the uptake of gaseous vehicle fuels, namely biomethane and CNG, and especially the realisation of a comprehensive network of filling stations for these fuels spanning Europe from the north, Finland and Sweden, to the south, Italy - in other words: the GasHighWay.


Picture: Martti Hänninen, Finland

 

Highlights

The GasHighWay route to 2050 - The alternative way for sustainable mobility today

Seminar Presentations
 
EcoFleet Scan tool – to activate gas vehicle uptake

BLOGS by gas vehicle drivers.


A Trans-European Road to Renewable Mobility – seminar 28.1.2010 Malmö, Sweden

Seminar Programme
Seminar Presentations

Coming events

No coming events. The project will end by the end of April 2012.

 
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