Leading European mobility service provider DKV Mobility and OrangeGas (OG) – a Netherland based fuel company which focuses on alternative fuels such as CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), LNG (Liquified Natural Gas), HVO (synthetic diesel), Hydrogen and charging solutions for electric vehicles – have recently inked a cooperation agreement. Consequently, DKV Mobility customers now will have access to 220 OG fuel stations in Germany, The Netherlands and Sweden - further expanding the Europe-wide alternative fuels acceptance network of DKV Mobility to over 19,500 stations.
“By rapidly expanding our alternative fuels acceptance network in Europe, we are driving the transition towards a climate-friendly mobility and addressing one of the key challenges of our society”, says Sven Mehringer, Managing Director Energy & Vehicle Services at DKV Mobility. “We are very happy with this cooperation with OrangeGas who is a highly professional provider for alternative fuels like CNG, HVO, H2, LNG and charging solutions for electric vehicles.”
“With DKV mobility we have found a partner that has a strong and extensive International fuel card network,” says Wijtze Bakker, Head Network Development at OG. “We are pleased with this valuable partnership between OG and DKV Mobility offering customers of DKV Mobility access to our network with clean fuels.”
Supporting the switch to climate-friendly fuels and drive types is in line with DKV Mobility's corporate purpose: To drive the transition towards an efficient and sustainable future of mobility. DKV Mobility aims to become climate positive by 2023 and to support its customers in reducing the carbon intensity of their fleets by 30% by 2030 compared to the base year 2019.