Find us at IFEMA, Hall 1, Stand 1C1
HAM Group participates on June 12 and 13 at AltFuels Iberia 2019, an event that brings together the main players in the industry and institutions to discuss the latest news on sustainable energies for land and sea transport.
AltFuels Iberia is held in Pavilion 1 of the IFEMA Exhibition Center, Madrid, and will be an event where participants can attend interesting conferences and debates. In addition, they can enjoy the exhibition of vehicles of all kinds: supply stations, components, plants, land and marine engines, as well as the universe of the alternative fuels industry with the latest technological developments.
HAM Group, gold sponsor of AltFuels Iberia 2019, will be located on Stand 1C1, where attendees can learn about our products and services, as well as the advanced solutions we provide, related to land and maritime transport. All those who come to visit us, can meet one of our mobile LNG stations, which has the latest technological advances, and that allows you to refuel the main brands of the transport sector: Volvo, Iveco, Scania…
In HAM Group we have been betting for almost 20 years on the use of LNG and CNG in transport. We were pioneers in Europe when we acquired, in the United States, 10 tractors powered by liquefied natural gas in the year 2000. Currently, our entire fleet uses LNG.
Our objective is to mitigate the greenhouse effect, eliminating sulfur emissions (SO2) and reducing emissions of carbon monoxide and CO2 by up to 25%, by 96% emissions of PM solid particles and by 85% emissions oxides and nitrogen (NOx). Our commitment to the environment has been recognized on several occasions within the sector, the latest being the Environmental Entrepreneurship Award granted by Gasnam, the Iberian Association that is responsible for promoting the use of natural gas in land and sea mobility.
HAM is a benchmark in the natural gas sector, betting on the use of compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas as a real alternative to other fuels such as gasoline and diesel, with the aim of reducing the negative impact on the environment, through the use of a clean and sustainable fuel, which does not affect the quality of the air and which allows savings between 30-50% compared to fossil fuels.