Many natural-gas filling stations have already switched to biomethane due to the energy turnaround. Switching to green fuel also offers you decisive advantages. Biogas from organic waste processed into biomethane or produced synthetically by means of power-to-gas from wind or solar energy is the climatefriendly and future-proof alternative to conventional fuels and natural gas. Biomethane can be added to natural gas as a sustainable fuel up to a ratio of 100%.
Green fuel: good for the environment and the bottom line
The use of biomethane at stations is not only good for the environment but is also commercially interesting. As a sustainable fuel, it is tax-privileged and counts towards the biofuel quota.
There are also many good reasons for end customers to fill up using this green gas: it is considerably cheaper than petrol and diesel, and the range of natural-gas cars is longer than that of electric vehicles. This is why biomethane is becoming increasingly important for service stations.
Our service for you:
With our expertise and knowledge of the industry, we will support you in switching to biomethane fuel – from secure procurement/delivery, through accounting and verification management, to certification. To this end, we offer delivery precisely according to your wishes at a physical exit point (PEP) or the virtual trading point (VTP) at guaranteed prices in the desired quantity.
In addition, we take care of the transfer of the greenhouse gas reduction quota (GHG quota), which is generated when refuelling with biomethane, natural gas and electricity. We guarantee service station operators and electricity suppliers complete acceptance and a binding fixed price, bundle the quotas and then pass them on to the companies that are subject to quotas, such as oil companies. This way you can easily generate additional revenues without any marketing risk.
Biomethane can be used as a vehicle fuel in two forms: for passenger cars as gaseous, CNG (compressed natural gas) or in heavy goods, rail or ship traffic as LNG (liquefied natural gas) – and always in up to 100% organic quality.
2,000 stations! By 2025, the number of natural-gas service stations in Germany is set to double in size.
When 100% biomethane is used, up to 97% less CO₂ is generated.