Nashik Municipal Corporation is in the process of identifying land for providing compressed natural gas.
Maharashtra Natural Gas Limited (MNGL) has been given the responsibility of developing a gas distribution network in Nashik and Dhule.
MNGL will be setting up 50 CNG stations in the city, so eco-friendly fuel at cheaper cost will be available. NMC is keen on CNG for saving energy and money, besides greater safety.
MNGL requested NMC to provide land for LNG storage and gasification. Land is needed even for amenity places to set up CNG stations. NMC has now started a survey to identify suitable sites. Read more
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