„I think we will soon start bio-methane production in Slovakia, thus contributing to the decarbonization of transportation. Biomethane-based gaseous fuels such as bioCNG (compressed gas) and bioLNG (liquefied petroleum gas) have a negative carbon footprint and could be a suitable alternative for electric mobility, ”commented on the signing of the document by the head of SPNZ Tomáš Malatinský. In the case of heavy cargo transportation, according to the head of the Gas Union, this is the only effective alternative to decarbonization at the moment. SPNZ has a similar document on mutual cooperation signed with the National Hydrogen Association of Slovakia .
Nearly 100 biogas plants are active in Slovakia. In the coming years, state support in the form of purchase prices will end and they will make decisions as much as possible. Their operations still face many legislative and bureaucratic obstacles.
SBA President Patrícia Gašparcová promises more support in solving these problems from her collaboration with SPNZ. “The collaboration between SBA and SPNZ is to illustrate the fact that in our country we know and want to produce green biogas, in addition to biomethane or bioCNG and bioLNG. I think that together we will have a higher discharge in removing the barriers that complicate the business of biogas plants in Slovakia. We also expect to gain more awareness of potential investors who may be interested in the topic of greening the gas industry in Slovakia.Gašparcová added.
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