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Half of the cars on Sakhalin will be converted to gas by 2024

Half of the cars on Sakhalin will be converted to gas by 2024
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By 2024, authorities in the Sakhalin Oblast plan to transfer half of the cars in the region to gas engine fuel. At the same time, car owners are compensated for the cost of re-equipping cars.

By the end of 2023, plans to open on Sakhalin 19 gas stations - 11 stationary and eight mobile complexes. In the second quarter of this year, in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, the second stationary gas-filling complex will start operating. It will open at the intersection of Zheleznodorozhnaya and Purkaev streets. By the end of the year, six more mobile refuelers will be working in municipalities.

According to the press service of the regional government, those wishing to build stationary stations will be provided with land without bidding, and 70% of the cost of equipment will be compensated by the regional budget. Compensation will also be given to businessmen who purchase mobile complexes - they will be returned 90% of the costs.

Agricultural enterprises will be reimbursed 90% of the costs of a new car and the installation of gas equipment on it, and 70% by food industry companies. The same compensation will be given to organizations that will re-equip their existing fleet.

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