Liquid Energy - GMU Maritime Institute Develops Mobile LNG Fuelling Solution
Scientists from the GMU Maritime Institute are currently developing mobile fuelling stations for LNG and bio-LNG, as part of a project entitled Liquefied (bio-)gas as a driving force for the development and use of green energy technology, co-financed by the North Baltic Interreg Transnational Cooperation Program 2014-2020. The fuelling unit, a prototype of which is currently being developed, is to be mainly used for the supply of fuel to retail customers for use in public transport, small vessels, and manufacturing companies and workshops.
Gdynia Maritime University is the leading partner in the project, which is headed by Dr Grażyna Pazikowska-Sapota, associate professor within the Environmental Protection Section of the Maritime Institute.
More information on the project (in Polish) can be found at: