Green Gas Initiative
As part of the transition to a low-carbon economy, Gaznat is actively committed to developing a carbon-neutral gas supply and is a member of the Green Gas Initiative.
The Green Gas Initiative is made up of seven independent gas infrastructure companies which are committed to contributing actively to the development of a 100% carbon-neutral gas supply in their transportation infrastructure by 2050.
The activities of the Green Gas Initiative:
- Power-to-gas technology
- Gas as a fuel in road and sea transport
The Green Gas Initiative’s first report was published in 2016.
“Our cross-border cooperation has been very fruitful. In the report, we outline our achievements and current projects, present an insight into what we have learned and provide recommendations in the three areas we focus upon: biomethane, power-to-gas technology, and gas as a fuel in road and maritime transport,” explains Ralph Bahke, CEO of ONTRAS.
The chair rotates every year between the member companies. The members of the Green Gas Initiative are Energinet.dk (Denmark), Fluxys Belgium (Belgium), Gaznat (Switzerland), Gasunie (Netherlands), GRTgaz (France), ONTRAS Gastransport (Germany) and Swedegas (Sweden).
The full report is entitled “Gas and Gas Infrastructure – The Green Commitment”.