Recent years have been marked by several atmospheric pollution peaks particularly intense, forcing the government to put in place specific measures.
Faced with the urgency of action to fight against this air pollution, GRDF work to develop environmentally friendly mobility solutions with alternative fuel that knows a boom: NGV (Natural Gas Vehicle) and bioNGV. More than 18 million vehicles already use worldwide and some 13 500 in France.
The bill on the energy transition plans to develop clean transport in order to improve air quality and protect public health. In relation to its environmental benefits, CNG seems a suitable responses to the challenges of sustainable mobility and public health issues. The development of biogas industry is a perfect example: this green gas today can power fuel vehicles, it is bioNGV, 100% renewable CNG version.
Used as a fuel, natural gas contributes to the preservation of health and environment to:
Effective fight against global warming by emitting 20% less CO2 than gasoline;
Limit air pollution by emitting very few fine particles, nitrogen oxides and non-regulated pollutants;
Improving the quality of human life by emitting no smell, no smoke and two times less noise than diesel engines.
4 roues sous 1 parapluie is convinced that each of tourism actor can act for the development of sustainable tourism. The agency hopes to, as part of its development policy, help promote the emergence in urban areas, "soft" modes of travel or "clean". It is natural that 4 roues sous 1 parapluie decided to side GRDF, innovate and invest in the adaptation of a thermal 2CV into a "GNV 2CV".