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.
The 2016 MOVEA (Plan to Boost Mobility with Alternative Energy Vehicles) Plan, the Spanish Government’s initiative to encourage the use of alternative energies, such as Autogas, has been a success and has received a very positive reception from buyers and have exhausted all its funds.The MOVEA Plan has allocated funds in financial aid for the purchase of alternative fuel vehicles such as Autogas. The aid to promote the use of alternative energies has had a very positive reception in the country.
The European LPG Association has prepared an information sheet on Low Emission Zones in Europe.This document aims at providing information to decision makers on the measures currently being taken to develop limited areas – in urban settings – where low-emission vehicles are rewarded and high-emission vehicles are restricted.
The Community of Madrid will launch a scrappage scheme to encourage the conversion of 1,000 private cars that run on gasoline to LPG with incentives of 400 euros per vehicle.The plan envisages an aid of 200 euros by bank transfer to the owner of the vehicle and another 200 euros discount on the bill of the workshop where the conversion is made, so that the incentive per vehicle transformed reaches a total of 400 euros.