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Welcome to AEGPL:
The Home of the European LPG Industry

AEGPL is the sole representative of the LPG industry at European level, representing national LPG Associations as well as distributors and equipment manufacturers from across Europe.

Our mission is to engage with EU decision-makers and the wider policy community in order to optimise the contribution that LPG - as a clean and immediately available energy source - can make to meeting Europe's energy and environmental challenges.

 
  • LPG-powered Fiesta at podium of “Rally di San Marino”

    LPG-powered Fiesta at podium of “Rally di San Marino”

    It was a double win for BRC at the 44th Rally di San Marino. Giandomenico Basso and Lorenzo Granai rule the competition with their Ford Fiesta by BRC after dominating almost all special trials.
    Just behind, the team-mates Simone Campedelli and Danilo Fappani made a wonderful race with the LPG-powered Fiesta.

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  • AEGPL welcomes the Climate Package but expects Autogas to be properly recognised in the EU action plan on decarbonisation of transport

    AEGPL welcomes the Climate Package but expects Autogas to be properly recognised in the EU action plan on decarbonisation of transport

    The European Commission has published last week the much awaited Climate Package. The European LPG Association welcomes the Communication on the Decarbonisation on Transport, in particular its focus on low and zero emission vehicles.
    AEGPL believes that in order for the EU to reach its climate goal, more efforts are needed in particular in the road transport sector.

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  • Autogas vehicles get ECO sticker in Spain

    Autogas vehicles get ECO sticker in Spain

    The new vehicle classification system of the General Directorate of Transport distinguishes vehicles according to their emissions, and now categorizes Autogas vehicles, which are recognized for their low emissions with the ECO label (green and blue).
    The new vehicle classification system of the General Directorate of Transport distinguishes vehicles according to their emissions, and now categorizes Autogas vehicles, which are recognized for their low emissions with the ECO label (green and blue).

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LPG stations in Europe

LGP Stations