Opening up the biomethane refuelling supply chain

Overhead of the Port of Immingham UK

Source: ABP

The UK’s Port of Immingham will have access to 100% renewable biomethane as a new HGV refuelling station enters construction nearby.

ReFuels new site in Doncaster will open up low-carbon deliveries to and from the port and will play a fundamental role in enabling major fleets to cut emissions by over 90% when compared to diesel.

“Our latest site to enter construction in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, is set to transform access to Bio-CNG for fleets travelling to and from the UK’s largest ports,” said Philip Fjeld, CEO & Co-Founder of ReFuels.

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