India drives forward energy transition with first LNG-powered trucks


A deal signed between Iveco subsidiary FPT Industrial (FPT) and Blue Energy Motors (Blue Energy) aims to accelerate deployment of India’s very first liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered trucks.

Announced today, 12th July, the agreement will see the zero emission truck technology expert adopt FPT’s N67 NG BSVI compliant engines for its fleet of trucks by the end of the year. 

Based in Pune, India, Blue Energy aims to decarbonise the country’s hard-to-abate heavy transport sector by working with companies such as FPT to adopt LNG technology. 

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