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GronGas operates two biogas plants in Denmark and will begin production of bio-LNG later this year. [Image: GronGas]

By Shardul Sharma

German fuel distributor Alternoil and Danish biogas plant operator GronGas have signed a long-term and exclusive supply agreement for bio-LNG, the company announced on June 22. Alternoil did not provide any other details about the deal. 

The further scaling of bio-LNG contributes to the continuous increase in the availability of Alternoil's renewable fuel, REEFUEL, it said.

According to Alternoil, this scaling measure is a clear response to market developments. By using Alternoil's renewable fuel, companies can significantly reduce their CO2 emissions in heavy-duty transportation, thereby improving their overall carbon footprint, the company added.

Alternoil already offers renewable fuel alternatives through a nationwide network of fuel stations. By 2030, Alternoil and its partners aim to achieve carbon neutrality for over 50,000 heavy-duty trucks through additional waste-to-energy projects.

GronGas operates two biogas plants in Denmark and will begin production of bio-LNG later this year.