Particulate matter (PM) and nitrous oxides (NOx) pose the highest health risk. They are mainly generated by the combustion of heating oil and solid fuels in heating appliances and by diesel vehicles.
Align EU limits in the Ambient Air Quality Directives to World Health Organisation guidelines.
Carefully assess the impact on air quality of all energy and transport policy proposals.
Monitor national implementations of the Clean Energy Package, ensuring that they lead to air quality improvements.
Speed up the implementation of the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive.
Ensure recognition of the benefits of alternative fuels in all EU transport policy proposals.
Maintain the key principle of technology neutrality, as the best way to promote the uptake of all available solutions, innovation and R&D
When it is used as a heating fuel, boilers relying on LPG emit
than solid and liquid fuels boilers. (such as coal, heating oil, peat and biomass).
LPG’s environmental benefits in the transport sector are recognised by EU legislation, which grants it the status of an alternative fuel. LPG cars have almost zero pollutant emissions. In fact, in real driving emmisions, they emit
Having a strong infrastructure network, LPG is readily available almost anywhere in the EU and a perfect solution to start cleaning up the air today.