Italy’s introduction of incentives for producing and liquefying biomethane for heavy-duty road vehicles could limit the use of LNG or pipeline gas in the southern European country’s transport sector.
The Italian government unveiled a draft ministerial decree in December 2016 laying out incentives for biomethane for transport. After a public consultation period, Italy’s government sent the draft decree to Brussels in summer 2017 to receive state aid approval from the European Commission. Once approved, the draft will be signed by ministers and published.
Under the draft...
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