Indraprastha Gas, India’s biggest city gas retailer, is looking at setting up CNG dispensing stations within residential housing complexes to ease queues at CNG pumps, its Managing Director E S Ranganathan said. IGL also plans to foray into e-vehicle charging segment by setting up charging facility at its CNG stations, he said.
The company, which retails CNG to automobiles and piped cooking gas to household kitchens in the national capital and its suburbs, is facing pressure to cut queues at CNG stations that have led to traffic snarls in many parts of the city.It has already set up one CNG dispensing pump at a residential housing complex in Noida on pilot basis, he said.
“All we need is a 10×10 metre area – a space equivalent to one used for parking of four cars. We will set up CNG station and man it as well. Residents of the housing complex will get priority filling,” he said adding the company will be responsible for the running and upkeep of the facility. Read More
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