The energy transition in transport actually begins in Ravenna, where Edison has invested 100 million for the construction of a coastal storage of LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) which will serve to facilitate the transition to a less polluting power supply: “An investment for the energy transition and for the decarbonisation of transport: the transition from diesel to gas will reduce polluting emissions by at least 20%” he stated Nicola Monti, managing director of the Edison group who, together with the partners Pir (Petrolifera Italo Rumena) and the Spanish group Enagas that will supply the raw material, has carried out an intervention that will allow to supply trucks and ships.
“The plant has an annual capacity of over 1 million cubic meters of LNG, it will be able to feed up to 12 thousand trucks and 48 ferries, thus avoiding 6 million tons of CO2 along the initial life cycle of the deposit” explain from Edison. The Depositi Italiani LNL (Dig) plant inaugurated on 25 October represents “The first integrated logistics chain for the supply and sale of liquefied natural gas in the country. It reduces dependence on imports via tanker trucks from abroad, and will be able to favor the spread of LNG in transport even in areas of Italy where it was not currently accessible or competitive. ” Edison will not stop there but is already working to carry out similar projects in Brindisi and Naples by the end of 2025: “It is clear that there are still emissions, – concluded Monti – but the contribution to decarbonization is important, because among other things our projects reduce dependence on imports via tankers and favor the spread of LNG in transport in areas of Italy where it was not accessible or competitive to date. “
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