Improving urban logistics to make them smarter while encouraging the use of greener fuels would optimize journeys and reduce emissions.
Rungis: the first alternative multi-fuel filling station in France
Located in the heart of the international market of Rungis, where 234 hectares of fresh produce awaits collection for processing or sale throughout France and other countries, ENGIE has installed its first public filling station selling Liquefied Natural Gas and Compressed Natural Gas. Accessible 24/7, this facility enables players in the distribution and freight sectors – principally heavy trucks – to develop their logistics models. A fleet of 50 hydrogen-powered Renault Kangoo Z.E. utility vehicles will also re-fuel there. These vehicles are used by ENGIE Cofely technicians to provide multi-technical operations and maintenance work for commercial buildings in the Paris region.