JetGas, an energy company with Estonian roots, donated an Iveco bus to the Technical Rescue unit of the Estonian Rescue Association.
The unit's first official vehicle has been built as a mobile workshop that can be used by volunteers in future emergencies. The vehicle is fuelled with CNG as its main fuel and petrol as a back-up.
According to Piia Kallas, head of the Estonian Rescue Association, the donated vehicle is a significant contribution to the development of the Technical Rescue unit. "We have trained more than a hundred volunteers who are ready to support communities all over Estonia even more in the middle of crises, and with JetGas' grateful donation, we now have a tool that greatly simplifies the work of the unit," said Kallas.
Jetgas is an energy company with Estonian roots, founded in 2013. Today, JetGas operates the largest network of LNG stations in the Baltics supplying natural gas to a wide range of industrial, real estate and energy companies.
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