Endesa to supply biogas from wastewater in NGV stations

November 9, 2020. Endesa will start supplying in 2023 biogas sourced from wastewater and sludge at its network of bioNGV stations located in Région-Île-de-France. The new green energy will arrive in Endesa-Sigeif Mobilités’ stations following the signature of a supply contract agreement between the Spanish multi-energy company and SIAAP, the main wastewater treatment syndicate in the Paris region.

The supply contract awarded to Endesa includes the purchase of 40GWh/year of biomethane from 2023, and up to 220GWh/year from 2030. Endesa and Sigeif Mobilités will be able to supply 15,000 tons of bioGNV per year, equivalent to the annual consumption of 1,000 heavy-duty vehicles.

Endesa and Sigeif Mobilités jointly operate three bioNGV stations in Ile-de-France region, located in Bonneuil-sur-Marne, Wissous, and Saint-Denis. The sites are open 24 hours a day to all types of vehicles, including heavy goods vehicles and coaches.

Endesa currently runs 8 public and 3 private NGV stations in France. The company’s objective is to reach 40 bioNGV stations in France by 2024.

Sigeif Mobilités is a local semi-public company created by Sigeif, the Caisse des Dépôts and the Région-Île-deFrance.

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