Tuesday, 14 May 2019

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No comments | Tuesday, May 14, 2019
The eighth Italian biomethane plant connected to Snam's national gas transportation network was inaugurated today in Sarmato, in the province of Piacenza, northern Emilia-Romagna.

The infrastructure, managed by Maserati Energia, a company active in the composting of organic waste, will introduce over 5 million cubic meters of biomethane annually produced from FORSU (organic fraction of solid urban waste).

These quantities of renewable and zero CO2 gas will be destined for motor vehicles and are equivalent to around 180 thousand supplies per methane car, for an approximate distance of over 54 million kilometers, or 90 thousand trips from Rome to Milan in a year.

Natural and renewable gas are among the best solutions for sustainable mobility, reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and fine dust, ensuring significant economic savings to consumers and being able to count on the largest network of distributors in Europe, also undergoing further expansion thanks to Snam's commitment.

 Source: SNAM


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