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BioLNG: Your renewable solution

The next step in lowering transport emissions

Helping to drive down emissions on the ‘Road to Zero’ 

Reducing transport emissions is an important part of the plan to reach ‘Net Zero’ emissions by 2050. 

To achieve this, the government has created a long-term carbon reduction plan – the ‘Road to Zero’ strategy aimed specifically at reducing transport carbon emissions and pollutants whilst the UK makes its transition to zero emission road transport by 2040.

Alternative fuels with a lower carbon footprint and fewer pollutants will have an important role to play in the decarbonisation of transport, industrial processing and manufacturing. One of which is bioLNG

Why choose BioLNG? 

If you’re a large business who relies on energy intensive processes or perhaps owns a fleet of delivery vehicles, bioLNG offers a cleaner alternative to conventional off-grid fossil fuels and the opportunity to make instant carbon savings. 

When compared to the likes of high carbon liquid fuels such as conventional diesel engines, bioLNG can reduce emissions by more than 80% and emits almost no Nitrous Oxide (NOx) and particulate matter (PM).1 This is ideal for businesses looking to dramatically lower their carbon footprint and remain aligned with government clean air and emissions targets.

Businesses looking to take advantage of bioLNG who are already using LNG can do so easily.

Flogas leads the way 

As a company committed to decarbonisation in the UK, we recognise the important role bioLNG can play in delivering a low carbon energy solution to help the pathway to reach zero emissions.

That’s why we’re supporting business’ sustainability targets by offering bioLNG to our customers for transport, industrial processing and manufacturing.  

Flogas already has the largest fleet of LNG delivery vehicles in the UK. To further our sustainability efforts, we’ve even added two new bioLNG powered trucks to our fleet, bringing us all one step closer to a low carbon Britain.  

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For transport, industrial processing and manufacturing