Filling the vehicle with CNG is quick, simple and safe. In order to ensure a safe filling process, adhere exactly to the Filling Guide.
Filling stations are located
in Tallinn, on the Suur-Sõjamäe 56A street near the border of the city,
in Tallinn, on the Vinkli 2A street near the Tallinn Unversity of Technology,
in Pärnu, on the Pärlimõisa tee 29 street near the Via Baltica road (E67),
in Tartu, on the Tähe 135 E street, near the Ringtee,
in Narva, on the Tallinna mnt 81 - on the reconstruction.
Public access: 24/7 full self-service.
The stations can be used by both light vehicles (smaller nozzle) and heavy vehicles and buses (larger nozzle).
These are the first modern CNG stations in Estonia.
Compressed natural gas (CNG) is not liquefied petroleum gas (LPG, common name as Autogas) and therefore the LPG can not be filled in CNG station.