In this regard, the Dutch coalition “Platform Autogas” stated that more attention needs to be paid to the role that LPG can play in the energy transition. “The active use of Autogas can help to achieve the stated goal, especially now that driving on diesel is being discouraged and drivers are increasingly opting for alternatives. With an Autogas vehicle, the tank-to-wheel CO2 emissions are reduced by 10-15% and well-to-wheel emissions by 21%,” said chairman of the platform Berry den Ridder.
He commented that the government should consider alternatives that have been available for years, such as Autogas, that can offer a substantial reduction in emissions in the short term, especially for the transition of the current enormous fleet of petrol cars, instead of insisting in electric vehicle adoption.
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