Around 5,000 compressed-bio gas (CBG) plants will be set up in the country by 2023, while a city gas distribution system covering 400 districts will provide a ready market for the CBG, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Wednesday.
Speaking at the handing over event of Letters of Intent (LOI) to private producers for setting up CBG plants under the government’s Sustainable Alternative Towards Affordable Transportation (SATAT) scheme, Pradhan said the marketing of this environment-friendly fuel produced from waste would be facilitated through the City Gas Distribution (CGD) network which would become available in 400 districts. Read More
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