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Lowering emissions is imperative – but many other factors and initiatives are needed to increase the sustainability of societies as a whole.

Choosing a gas engine based fleet can help clean cities in more ways than one – by literally turning waste into a resource. With a local biogas facility, cities can produce their own fuel using sewage and organic waste from industries – both agricultural and other – as well as from restaurants and households. A self-sustaining city is a cleaner city. Cleaner air, lowered dependence on imported fossil fuels and reduced waste from other industries – and all while creating local jobs.


Can be made from various sources, such as rapeseed, soya and waste cooking oil.
Optimal CO2 reduction of up to 83%

HVO – Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil

Can be made from sources such as waste oil, rapeseed oil and animal fat.
Optimal CO2 reduction of up to 90%


Fuel quality biomethane can be produced from a number of sources, but the most cost efficient and sustainable source is local sewage or waste.
Optimal CO2 reduction of up to 90%

Natural gas

Natural gas is a fossil fuel, but since the methane molecule contains only one carbon atom, the emitted amount of CO2 during combustion is less compared to diesel.
Optimal CO2 reduction of up to 15%

Bioethanol / ED95

Can be produced comparatively easy – even on a small scale – from sources such as sugar cane, wheat, cellulose and organic waste.
Optimal CO2 reduction of up to 90%


A combination of electrical driveline and traditional engine reduces the fuel consumption which leads to lower emissions and noise levels.
Optimal CO2 reduction of up to 92% in a hybrid and HVO combination.

Full electric

A fully electric driveline with either conductive or inductive charging infrastructure can ensure continuous operation without local emissions.
Optimal CO2 reduction of up to 98%, assuming renewable electricity production from wind and sun, 37% using average global electricity production and 31% using fossil electricity production from coal.