Gurgaon to get 50 new green-fuel stations in 3 years
The Gurugram district administration has decided to sanction 50 new green-fuel stations in Millennium City here in the next three years to control rising air pollution, a pollution control department official said.
The initiative has been taken after considering that the city has several factories and industries, he said today.
The Haryana City Gas Distribution Ltd (HCGDL), an authorised dealer to sell compressed natural gas (CNG) in Gurgaon, has been given the responsibility construct the 50 stations, the official said.
CEO of HCGDL Rahul Chopra told PTI, “The company has made its plan to build green fuel stations in different areas.”
“The project will be complete in phases and the time limit is three years. We have started the constructions of the stations following land sanctioned by district administration,” he said.
The city has 17 CNG stations are distributing 2.5 lakh kg of gas per day and the demand is expected to rise by up to 50 lakh kg in next three years.