April 1, 2021. Sigeif Mobilités, a semi-public company specialised in natural gas vehicle (NGV) and bioNGV supply in the Île-de-France region, will add three more gas filling stations to its network within one year. Once active, Sigeif Mobilités will have commissioned a total of 7 (bio)NGV stations in the Île-de-France region.
The new sites will be launched in Saint-Deni, Réau, and Coudray-Monceau, according to a press release.
Saint-Deni station will be operated by Endesa, and will serve companies and professionals in the area. Réau site will be a multi-fuel station operated by Engie Solutions, offering 100% bioCNG as well as LNG. Coudray-Monceau station will be operated by Gaz’Up, a company in which Sigeif Mobilités has a 30% stake.
Sigeif Mobilités’ current 4-station NGV filling network includes locations in Val de Marne department (operated by Endesa), Wissous (Endesa), Noisy-le-Grand, and Gennevilliers (both run by Total).
A forerunner in gas mobility in the Ile-de-France region, Sigeif Mobilités was launched four years ago by the Sigeif, the Banque des Territoires and the Île-de-France Region. Its aim is to offer an alternative to diesel with its network of NGV and bioNGV stations throughout the Ile-de-France region.