Peru: HAM develops new CNG service station for Limagas in Cuzco
HAM Perú, a subsidiary of HAM Group, has been the company in charge of the technical design, construction and commissioning of the new CNG refueling facility of Limagas, located at the Super Servicentro of Primax service station, on Avenida de la Cultura 1506, the longest avenue in Cuzco, with an extension of almost 13 kilometers and significant vehicle traffic.
This new filling station offers all its clients a 40m3 tank, with a CNG pump and two double dispensers. It should be noted that the tank is buried, eliminating any impact on the circulation flows and reducing the aesthetic impact. HAM Group has been a pioneer in Europe in its commitment to CNG-LNG stations with a totally buried tanks, through the Yellow Project.
The new facilities designed and built by HAM Perú are monitored remotely, guaranteeing their perfect operation.
The project has been possible thanks to Limagas commitment to natural gas for vehicles, with the aim of contributing to sustainable development through the design of efficient energy solutions that help its customers in the challenge of reducing their environmental impact.
With this new project in Cuzco, HAM continues to bet on the promotion of CNG and LNG in South America, allowing customers to access energy that is friendly to the environment, reducing emissions of CO2, NOx and particles fine, in addition to allowing significant savings compared to other more expensive and polluting fuels.
HAM Group currently has an important network made up of more than 80 natural gas stations in Europe, with a presence in Spain, France, Belgium, Netherlands and Italy.