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Challenge / Goal

This Use Case is to support the growth of the biogas ecosystem in the region of Turku, by introducing Heavy Duty Vehicles (HDV) operated by liquefied biogas (LBG) to replace traditional diesel trucks. By using renewable energy instead of fossil fuels it is possible to reduce emissions from carbon dioxide (CO2), NOx and particulate matter (PM).


On the one hand, Gasum Ltd. invests in two or three biogas trucks and uses them in the company’s own waste and organic fertiliser logistics, as an example of short-distance transport, while the City of Turku promotes the biogas use by 2–3 delivery vans or similar which operates e.g. food transport in the city area.

One LBG truck runs between the Turku Waste Water Treatment Plant and Gasum’s biogas production plant, transporting sludge that is processed into biogas. The other truck delivers nutrition residue from the biogas plant to local farmers. The trucks are refilled at the local public biogas filling station.

Relevant information from the operation of these trucks and vans is gathered and used for the promotion of LBG production and used in the future (e.g. filling, use, consumption, power differences and maintenance needs against traditional diesel trucks and vans).


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Service providers

Municipality of Turku; CIVITAS ECCENTRIC

End users

Freight Companies

    Main benefits

  • Increasing share of renewables

  • Reducing GHG emissions

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