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CleanFUEL USA Unveils Cleanest Certified Fuel Engine on the Road Today

June 09, 2008

SAN DIEGO – CleanFUEL USA has announced U.S. EPA and California Air Resources Board (CARB) certification of the industry's first and only propane engine system that is an OEM replacement technology for both new and aftermarket gasoline powered engines. CleanFUEL provides the transportation industry the first CARB and EPA certified liquid propane fuel system with the potential to counterbalance steadily increasing petroleum fuel prices.

As a supplier of alternative-fuel infrastructure, equipment, and engine technology, CleanFUEL's liquid propane fuel injection (LPI) system is designed to convert medium-duty fleets, such as school buses, shuttle buses, and 4500-8500 series GM trucks to operate on propane.

LPI is a drop-and-replace propane conversion system for 8.1L gasoline engines. The integrated engine system makes it easier for corporate and government fleets to benefit from the inherent fuel-economy, cost savings and environmental advantages of propane.

Converting gasoline fleets to run on propane is a simple transition with CleanFUEL's LPI engine systems, taking approximately a day and half to complete.

 

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