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.