Aliara Energía, an energy services company owned by the same shareholder as Madrileña Red de Gas, consolidates its commitment to natural gas vehicles (NGV) by opening three new refueling stations in the districts of Latina, Fuencarral-El Pardo and Usera in Madrid. This new implementation is part of the company’s strategy aimed at optimizing resources, savings, efficiency and the improvement and reduction of emissions, fundamentally supported by the use of natural gas as fuel.
During the opening ceremony that took place at the Fuente de Lima street station, the General Director of Sustainability and Environmental Control of the Madrid City Council, José Amador Fernández Viejo, has shown his support for this type of initiatives: “Environmental responsibility is everyone’s commitment. Madrid is an exemplary and leading city in the use of NGV in its public service vehicles, specifically in the EMT and the trucks that collect urban solids. The opening of these three new stations facilitates the use of ecological alternatives to citizens and private companies”.
The inauguration of these three new stations reinforces Aliara Energía’s commitment to environmental responsibility. The general director of Aliara Energía, Francisco Javier Sáez, stressed that: “The opening of these stations is part of our commitment to reduce the environmental impact. Each of them is located in urban areas of great traffic, thus getting more residents to bet on vehicular gas”.