Irish transmission system operator Gas Networks Ireland announced on Wednesday that it intends to build a network of 70 CNG stations across the country by the end of 2020.
The plan, named the Causeway Project, will also involve building a facility that will inject biogas into the country’s natural gas grid for the first time.
The €25 million ($30.1 million) project has received €6.5 million co-funding from the European Commission and will be overseen by scientists from the National University of Ireland Galway.
“Gas Networks Ireland is...
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