One way necessary to achieve the ecological objectives of the national state and EU transport sector – road transport is the source of up to 95% of all pollution in the transport sector.
“There is a strong need in the market to promote the use of non-fossil fuel vehicles. Considering this, the Ministry of Transport, by developing the necessary filling infrastructure, aims to create opportunities for a wider use of less polluting vehicles. Encouraging the development of these filling points is an important and long-awaited new step, which creates conditions for a wider use of more environmentally friendly vehicles,” said Deputy Minister of Transport Agnė Vaiciukevičiūtė in the communicated.
Possible candidates are legal entities authorized to carry out economic activities. The maximum amount that can be allocated to the applicant does not exceed 200,000 euros. The projects will be financed in accordance with the Economic Revitalization and Resilience Building Plan “New Generation Lithuania”, funded by the European Union Economic Revitalization and Resilience Building Instrument “NextGenerationEU”.
It is possible to submit applications for projects to install public compressed biogas filling points until 2024. September 30
The Ministry of Transport is preparing a description of the financing and this year also plans to announce more than 10 million. European invitation to encourage the purchase of heavy vehicles powered by biogas.
Source: The Delfi