Mobility is responsible for a third of CO2 emissions in Switzerland. A range of solutions is therefore needed to gradually reconcile the need for mobility and sustainable climate protection. For this reason, gasoline and diesel engines will gradually be replaced in the future by a variety of energy carriers. Among them is liquefied natural gas, or its later evolution, bioLNG.
LNG can only be refueled at certain service stations in Switzerland. However, it is unlikely that you will have problems refueling at these stations, located along the main roads, and which are beginning to have a significant number for a not very large country like Switzerland. Public stations are accessible to everyone, without the need for an identification card, with payment by bank card or by supply contract and payment by invoice.
LNG can now be used as fuel in Switzerland without excessive problems, but when refueling the particularities of the fuel must be taken into account, therefore, anyone who works with vehicles equipped with these engines must be sensitized, instructed or trained in consequence for the use of a supplier from the Swiss LNG refueling station network