Air Quality

Environmentally friendly marine fuels for inland waterways


[Source: Bunkerspot] Governments are increasingly turning to domestic inland waterways to boost transport efficiency. Rhys berry, news editor at Bunkerspot, spoke with industry stakeholders to find out about the advantages of using waterway networks and the potential emergence of more environmentally friendly marine fuels in

Who pays the bill for CO2 reduction?


First and foremost, best wishes for a sustainable 2019! May this be the year that we achieve even more with clean fuels, and bring 100% emission-free transport yet another step closer. Before I look ahead to what 2019 has in store for us, I want

Banning fossil fuels more urgent than ever


According to a highly critical report published last month by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), time is running out for the climate. To prevent a worldwide ‘climate catastrophe,’ the UN Climate Panel warns that we must limit global warming to 1.5°C instead of

A good summer for clean fuels in Europe


PitPoint clean fuels CEO, Erik Kemink, has returned from his vacation and can look back on a great summer. The sun was also shining as far as clean fuels are concerned. A number of important decisions were taken related to the transition to zero emission

Europe, dare to take a stand when it comes to clean fuels


The European Sustainable Energy Week is starting again next week. It’s an important event for the future of sustainable energy, and therefore clean fuels! A preview by PitPoint clean fuels CEO, Erik Kemink.

Europe, it’s time to get serious about air quality


It might not be visible to the naked eye, but the air we breathe is not nearly as clean as it should be. When it comes to air pollution, the greatest culprit is traffic – especially diesel-powered vehicles. And that’s completely unnecessary, because there are

Well on our way to an emission-free future


More and more cities are banning diesel. With ‘environmental zones’ we’re not only improving the air quality in cities, we’re also taking another step towards achieving the Paris Agreement. So let’s get rid of emissions. Long live clean fuels!

Enable the import of biomethane in Europe


The European Parliament recently approved a new policy on biofuels. This should provide plenty of opportunities for us to expand our European network of clean fuel stations. But rather than used cooking oil why not enable the import of biomethane in Europe?

The year of truth


PitPoint would like to wish you a happy and sustainable 2018! I am curious what this coming year holds in store for us. Developments related to clean fuels surely will not remain stagnent. My prediction is that Europe will be responsible for many changes in

It is raining climate conferences


Two years after the Paris climate agreement, the objective of keeping global warming well below 2 degrees seems to be no more than ‘wishful thinking’ at present. Despite the bleak reports, however, there is enough reason to be positive about climate, air quality, and the