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Biogas in Italy. What is it about to happen?

The sixth edition of Biogas Italy 2020, scheduled in Milan on March 5 and 6, will provide an overview about the prospects of biogas in Italy. To date, in fact, 86 percent of goods travel by road and transport accounts for about 24 percent of total emissions. In Italy, the fleet is among the oldest [...

Buses: diesel or alternatives? For now, diesel wins

For long-distance buses, the evolution towards less polluting forms of traction calls into question a series of perspectives that are still not defined and with a timing not particularly close. Until beyond 2030, there is no possibility of replacing diesel on long-distance roads. That’s what t...

Scania OC16: biogas step by step

OC16 with biofuel. Scania is keeping up the rythm of gas development for its engines. Trucks with the name of the Swedish manufacturer on the front but with gas in the tank are more an more finding their place on the roads. The recurrent slogan is that gas engines can perform almost the same as [&he...

2G is growing in the North American and French markets

2G pursues growth goals in North America. Branch opening in Maryland (US) and Ontario (Canada) 2G continues its expansion in the North American market. In 2009 the first distribution and assistance branch for North America was inaugurated. Furthermore, from 2012 St. Augustine (Florida) has its own p...

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If diesel is less polluting…

Energy transition of Class II, switching to gas while maintaining a share of the latest generation diesel can generate fewer emissions than a rapid consecration of the LNG. The Politecnico di Milano has studied the guidelines for the renewal of the fleet

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Biogas in Italy. What is it about to happen?

The sixth edition of Biogas Italy 2020, scheduled in Milan on March 5 and 6, will provide an overview about the prospects of biogas in Italy. To date, in fact, 86 percent of goods travel by road and transport accounts for about 24 percent of total emissions. In Italy, the fleet is among the oldest [...

Buses: diesel or alternatives? For now, diesel wins

For long-distance buses, the evolution towards less polluting forms of traction calls into question a series of perspectives that are still not defined and with a timing not particularly close. Until beyond 2030, there is no possibility of replacing diesel on long-distance roads. That’s what t...

Scania OC16: biogas step by step

OC16 with biofuel. Scania is keeping up the rythm of gas development for its engines. Trucks with the name of the Swedish manufacturer on the front but with gas in the tank are more an more finding their place on the roads. The recurrent slogan is that gas engines can perform almost the same as [&he...

2G is growing in the North American and French markets

2G pursues growth goals in North America. Branch opening in Maryland (US) and Ontario (Canada) 2G continues its expansion in the North American market. In 2009 the first distribution and assistance branch for North America was inaugurated. Furthermore, from 2012 St. Augustine (Florida) has its own p...

Biogas Italy: a look at the probable future

Biogas: the possible future of energy and mobility Biogas Italy 2019 event took place at the end of February (February 28th – March 1st) at the BPN Auditorium in Milan. A lot of important names, both Italian and international, were present at this particular event. Many the topics covered, fol...