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    http://europe.autonews.com/article/2...mail-ane-daily

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    FM Logistic Nov 20, 2018 - Spanish logistics fleet performs urban distribution with natural gas vans

    FM Logistic s sustainable and urban distribution service Citylogin has expanded its fleet with 20 Mercedes Vito vans converted to CNG, with the ECO approval to access Madrid urban center.

    Citylogin is a service of sustainable logistics and urban distribution with eco-friendly vehicles that circulate in the center of the main cities of the Peninsula. It currently operates in cities with restricted traffic such as Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Rome, Milan, and Paris.

    In this extremely encouraging scenario for sustainable mobility, where more and more Spanish transport fleets add vehicles powered by natural gas, AltFuels Iberia 2019 will take place on 11-14 June at IFEMA Trade Center, Madrid. It will be an event consisting of first level conferences and exhibition of vehicles of all kinds, refueling stations, components, plants, road and marine engines, as well as the entire universe of the alternative fuels industry with the latest technological developments, multiple options for networking, business and new advances. For more information, please contact [email protected].

    http://www.ngvjournal.com/s1-news/c3...edes-cng-vans/

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      Will Owen for LNG Industry 13 June 2019 - Gasum has opened two new LNG stations in Oulu Finland.

      The station in the Limingantulli area provides CNG and biogas. The station in the Aimarautio district serves heavy-duty road vehicles with LNG and LBG.

      https://www.lngindustry.com/small-sc...-open-in-oulu/
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        Will Owen for LNG Industry 20 May 2019 - Gasum launches first Swedish LNG and biogas truck filling station

        Gasum has launched its first LNG and biogas filling station for heavy-duty vehicles in Sweden. The number of filling stations in the country is now set to greatly increase throughout the rest of the year. The company has already established four filling stations for heavy-duty vehicles in Finland.
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          NGV Journal March 12 2019 - Madrid’s entire bus fleet will be environmentally-friendly by 2020

          In the 2016-2018 period, the EMT acquired a total of 697 buses for an amount of 216.1 million euros. Of these vehicles, 590 are CNG standard buses, 54 are CNG articulated buses, 30 are standard hybrid buses, 15 are standard electric buses and 8 are electric minibuses. For this year and 2020, the purchase of 525 more vehicles is expected: 460 CNG standard buses, 55 standard electric buses and 10 electric minibuses. For this purpose, EMT will invest 92.6 million euros in 2019 and 81 million euros in 2020.

          http://www.ngvjournal.com/s1-news/c3...endly-by-2020/

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            9/24/2020 IVECO presents its vision for natural gas at the 8th Gasnam Congress 21-23 Sept 2020

            Thomas Hilse, IVECO Brand President, explained that: “There is no one-size-fits-all solution. IVECO’s path to carbon neutrality starts with natural gas and proceeds through LNG, the bridge to hydrogen, and Bio-LNG, the rocket launcher to the final destination: a full choice of solutions for a green mobility.”

            Pablo Cebrián, Vice-president for Product Development IVECO, pointed out that “Hydrogen is the best future alternative for long-distance transport, and over the next five years we will see an enormous acceleration in all the technologies that will make it possible: generation, distribution, high-pressure storage in trucks and, above all, fuel cells.”

            With over 35,000 units sold worldwide, IVECO is the absolute market leader in natural gas-powered commercial vehicle technology worldwide with over 35,000 units sold. The brand is currently the only manufacturer to offer a complete range of natural gas models, with three families of engines that range from 136 to 460 HP, and products ranging from 3.5 to 40 tonnes – passenger vehicles, as well as light and heavy commercial vehicles for long-distance haulage. Its offering includes the IVECO S-WAY NP 460 truck, the only vehicle on the market with a range of up to 1,600 km and an engine power of 460 HP.

            https://www.iveco.com/en-us/press-ro...-Congress.aspx

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              Stralis NP from Iveco in Italy features 12.9L Cursor 13 Euro VI engine fueled with LNG

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&feature=emb_l ogo

              https://www.iveco.com/Common/Documen..._stralisNP.pdf

              https://issuu.com/iveco1975/docs/new...is-brochure/13

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                10/30/2020 - The partnership between IVECO and Arcese with new LNG-fuelled IVECO S-Way trucks

                At the Arcese Group at the company's new site in Basiano, 20 new IVECO S-Way NP LNG tractors were handed over by IVECO's Business Director for the Italian market, Mihai Daderlat.

                The supplied vehicles are equipped with 460 CV Cursor 13 engines and two 440-litre LNG tanks on either side. They reduce NO2 by 90% and PM by 95%. They are set up to run on biomethane, a fuel generated from existing renewable sources, which makes for a 95% reduction of CO2 compared their diesel equivalents. The IVECO 540-litre tank version offers a range of 1000 miles (1600km).

                https://www.iveco.com/en-us/press-ro...tainable-.aspx
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                  IVECO press release 25 Feb 2021 - IVECO to supply Italian company Gruber Logistics with LNG trucks

                  IVECO has signed an agreement with the Italian logistics operator for the supply of 100 big rigs powered by LNG, providing a winning combination of performance and sustainability. The delivery of the 100 vehicles is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year. Gruber operates in Italy.

                  https://www.iveco.com/en-us/press-ro...transport.aspx
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                    15 June 2021 - GEODIS acquires 200 natural gas vehicles from IVECO

                    The order for 200 CNG vehicles from IVECO, who has nearly 60% of the alternative energy French market, will be fueled with biogas. Delivery is scheduled for the end of 2021.

                    GEODIS chose 107 IVECO Daily and 93 Eurocargo vehicles powered by BioGNV, a fuel that reduces CO2 emissions by up to 95% while offering the same performance as a diesel vehicle. Compared to a Euro VI-E diesel vehicle, fine particle emissions are reduced by 95% and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) emissions by 90%.

                    https://www.iveco.com/en-us/press-ro...rom-IVECO.aspx
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                      6/11/2021 - Sustainable ETRC 2021: IVECO S-WAY NP pace truck

                      The European Truck Racing Championship (ETRC) will be the first FIA-regulated competition to switch to a fuel fully generated from renewable sources, the latest generation of synthetically produced HVO fuel (hydrogenated vegetable oil) in the racing trucks.

                      The European Truck Racing Association (ETRA) and IVECO have entered in to a partnership until the end of the 2023 season. A key element of the partnership is that IVECO will be the exclusive supplier of the pace truck, an IVECO S-WAY NP pace truck, which is “bio-LNG-ready", for all the races in the next three seasons.

                      German driver Steffi Halm will return as team leader of the Schwabentruck team. The only woman competing in the Championship, she hopes to improve on last year’s positions and fulfill her ambition to succeed in dominating the championship on her IVECO S-WAY.

                      The pace truck is a standard IVECO S-WAY NP in the 4x2 LNG version, equipped with two 540-litre tanks that hold at least 390kg of liquid bio-LNG. This gives the truck a range of up to 1,600 kilometers. With its elaborate airbrush finish, the pace truck looks the part.

                      https://www.iveco.com/en-us/press-ro...ETRC-2021.aspx

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                        7/2/2021

                        IVECO and Gruber Logistics have undertaken a sustainability partnership with IVECO S-WAY biomethane-powered trucks. The vehicles’ first refuelling took place during the inauguration of the liquid biomethane installation at the Autoporto Sadobre service area. The collaboration between Gruber Logistics, APS Fuel and HAM has given way to the first zero-emission green corridor in Europe. The project uses advanced biomass for producing fuel and provides full certification of its supply chain, from production to use.

                        Liquefied methane is today a firm reality in the field of alternative fuels. The great advantages of methane are the removal of particles the significantly lower emission levels compared to diesel. It is also possible to produce bio-LNG from biomass, so that no CO2 emissions are released into the atmosphere. Bio-LNG is slowly gathering momentum in Europe, but as yet there are no solutions to guarantee full traceability of the biomolecule. LNG fuelling stations don’t have dedicated installations, so they blend methane generated from fossil fuels with biomethane.

                        https://www.iveco.com/en-us/press-ro...-vehicles.aspx
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                          29 July 2021 IVECO Press Room - GLS, Milan Italy, Updates Its Fleet

                          ​GLS, one of the main express couriers in Italy, will update its fleet with 120 new IVECO S-WAY LNG and Bio-LNG powered vehicles.

                          The new IVECO S-WAY vehicles - which will replace a diesel vehicle fleet made up of 70% Euro VI vehicles and 30% Euro V vehicles - will have a positive impact on the environment. Bio-LNG technology can have a profound impact in the industry by helping to reduce emissions by up to 95%.

                          Biomethane has both environmental and economic advantages, it can be produced locally through a process that generates valuable by-products, such as bio-CO2 which can be reused in the food industry and biofertiliser which can be used in the agricultural sector.

                          https://www.iveco.com/en-us/press-ro...-vehicles.aspx

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                            7 Aug 2021 - Shell to supply Bio-LNG to EDEKA Minden-Hannover and two other customers in pilot project

                            Supermarket cooperative EDEKA Minden-Hannover to run three IVECO S-WAY natural gas trucks on Shell Bio-LNG for a one-year trial run in Germany. EDEKA's fleet now includes 10 IVECO Stralis NP and 40 IVECO S-WAY natural gas trucks.

                            The Bio-LNG used by Shell is produced from agricultural waste. A Nordsol Bio-LNG plant is scheduled to begin production as soon as this summer and a 100,000 tonne plant will break ground this autumn.

                            The IVECO Stralis NP and the IVECO S-WAY 4x2 natural gas trucks are equipped with Cursor 13 natural gas engines and have two large 54 litre tanks and 460-hp. IVECO natural gas trucks can hold at least 390 kg of Bio-LNG, providing a range of up to 1,600 km without refueling.

                            https://www.iveco.com/en-us/press-ro...or-a-year.aspx
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