February 4, 2021. ENGIE Solutions, through its sustainable mobility service GNVERT, is planning to launch the company’s first LNG/CNG filling stations in France’s motorways this year, announced Deputy Commercial Director of GNVERT, Lauren-Anne Mounet.
GNVERT’s planned openings for 2021 include new LNG service stations in the Paris region (Angers, Clermont-Ferrand, and Chelles), and new CNG sites in Quimper, Evreux and Le Mans in the beginning of the year, said Mounet.
Besides the commissioning of new gas refueling stations, ENGIE Solutions is expanding access to its station network to partners’ corporate card, as ENGIE badge was the only authorised proof to use the company’s sites to date.
Since 1 January, all ENGIE stations are being supplied with 100% renewable electricity, said Mounet.
A part of ENGIE Solutions, GNVERT is the leading distributor of alternative fuels in France, offering compressed natural gas (CNG), bioCNG, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and hydrogen.