Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi launching CNG projects in 65 cities and initiating 10th city gas licensing round, the apex body of auto LPG suppliers has urged the government to give them a level-playing field as LPG is as effective as CNG in curbing vehicular pollution.
“Why include only CNG in #CityGasBidding rounds? #AutoLPG is much more feasible and low hanging fruit! Can impact air quality almost immediately. It needs to be part of the next bid round,” Indian Auto LPG Coalition director general Suyash Gupta tweeted.
City gas distribution (CGD) bid rounds, the like the one recently concluded and the one Modi will launch on November 22, only provide for giving licences on companies setting up CNG dispensing stations to fuel automobiles. Both compressed natural gas (CNG) and auto LPG are alternatives to polluting diesel and petrol. Read More
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