BMW Adopts LNG Trucks to Improve Sustainability
March 1, 2021
As part of the vehicle maker's sustainability target, BMW is using trucks fueled by LNG to deliver engines to its assembly plant in Regensburg, Germany.
BMW said that using the trucks means carbon dioxide (C02) emissions on the route are cut by up to a quarter compared to conventional diesel engines, while nitrogen oxide emissions (NOx) are reduced by up to 60%.
Read the full article by Automotive Logistics here: BMW using LNG-powered trucks for engine deliveries to Regensburg.
Image from Green Car Congress, "BWM Group sees LNG viable long-term alternative to diesel for heavy-duty transport", February 22, 2018.