Brussels-based association NGVA Europe said it had changed its name to Gmobility to better reflect its commitment toward a “carbon-neutral” future.
Founded in 2008, its members include companies and national associations from across the entire gas and vehicle manufacturing chain.
The members include, Shell, TotalEnergies, Enagas, Iveco, Engie, Eni, E.ON, Snam, Uniper, and many others.
Over the past 15 years, NGVA has been part of many transformations in the transport industry, including the swift development of natural gas vehicle infrastructure in Europe, the association said in a statement.
“Now, it is time to look into the future, a future that is carbon-neutral and completely renewable,” the association said.
“This is why we have decided to launch our Gmobility campaign. Bio-CNG and bio-LNG are the best-developed green transportation fuels available on the market and the fastest way to replace diesel in heavy-duty vehicles,” it said.
Based on data from the association, LNG Prime recently reported that there are 653 LNG fueling stations and 4159 CNG fueling stations in Europe.
Since late September in 2022, NGVA added some 50 LNG fueling stations to its database, mostly from Germany.
Germany continues to host the highest amount of LNG stations for trucks with 162 stations, followed by Italy with 130.