Network of LNG filling stations in the Netherlands is growing steadily

Yesterday, two new LNG filling locations were opened in the Netherlands.

Blog: The year of truth


PitPoint would like to wish you a happy and sustainable 2018! I am curious what this coming year holds in store for us. Developments related to clean fuels surely will not remain stagnent. My prediction is that Europe will be responsible for many changes in this area. To put it in stronger terms, I think that 2018 will be the year that Europe takes the lead in the fight against climate change and air pollution.

PitPoint realises new hydrogen filling station


This month, PitPoint is realising a hydrogen filling station at Chemie Park Delfzijl in The Netherlands. The station will supply two Qbuzz hydrogen buses in Groningen and Drenthe with green hydrogen from AkzoNobel. The project is a pilot and will run for a period of five years, and contributes to the development of the hydrogen economy in the Northern Netherlands. This unique pilot is the result of the cooperation between private and public parties. Last week, a first trial refueling of one of the hydrogen buses was completed successfully. At the moment, the finishing touches are made such as the finetuning of the station.

PitPoint wishes everyone a happy and sustainable 2018


PitPoint wishes everyone who joins us on our journey to a more sustainable future a happy 2018.

Blog: It is raining climate conferences


Two years after the Paris climate agreement, the objective of keeping global warming well below 2 degrees seems to be no more than 'wishful thinking' at present. Despite the bleak reports, however, there is enough reason to be positive about climate, air quality, and the use of alternative fuels, according to PitPoint clean fuels CEO, Erik Kemink. Read his latest blog here.

Blog: Clean cities start with ambition


What do London, Paris, Los Angeles and Cape Town have in common? These cities are metropolises and recently became role models for clean cities because of the way they approach clean transport. In this blog, PitPoint clean fuels CEO Erik Kemink writes about how vitally important it is for the air quality to improve in major cities. He also explains why the road to clean transport and clean cities starts with ambition.

Green fleet for Dutch PostNL


PostNL began replacing its fleet three years ago. Polluting diesel vehicles for which the lease had expired were replaced with clean vehicles that run on biomethane (Green Gas). “By setting a good example, we hope to inspire partners and other organisations to realise their ambitions.” To achieve its goals, PostNL purchases biomethane from PitPoint.

Plans for Dordrecht Inland Seaport to host bunker station for LNG and other cleaner fuels


The Port of Rotterdam wants to realise a new multifuel bunker station for the refuelling of LNG and other cleaner fuels. Krabbegors/Duivelseiland at Dordrecht Inland Seaport has been designated as the location for this bunker station. Port of Rotterdam and PitPoint.LNG signed a letter of intent to jointly further investigate the realisation of such a multifuel bunker station.

Blog: it’s showtime for clean fuels


PitPoint is optimistic about the future of sustainable fuels in Europe, and for good reasons. Not only did Juncker promise Europe will become a leader in the fight against climate change. The European Union has set common infrastructure standards for alternative fuels. Also, at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA 2017) a clear message emerged: it's showtime for clean fuels!

Pitpoint Adds CNG Stations In Germany


PitPoint’s public CNG refueling infrastructure in Germany will expand from 13 to 27 stations from September 2017, following a take-over agreement with GAZU signed on the 31st of August. The deal effectively doubles the network of CNG stations owned by PitPoint clean fuels Germany, which is headquartered in Hamburg.