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EPA Certifies Bifuel System for Gasoline/Propane Conversion of Ford 4.6L Engines

December 7, 2005

MESA, AZ — AFV Solutions, Inc., a diversified energy company, has received a certificate of conformity from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its gasoline/propane bifuel conversion system for the model-year 2003 Ford Motor Co. 4.6L engine. The system allows a vehicle to operate on either gasoline or propane, with a simple flip of a switch, unlike dedicated propane or natural gas systems that can only operate on one fuel source.The AFV Solutions system is the only EPA-certified propane bifuel system currently available in the U.S. market for the 2003 Ford 4.6 liter engine. It will be sold as a conversion system, to be installed on the Ford Crown Victoria, Crown Victoria Police, Lincoln Town Car, and Mercury Grand Marquis automobiles.AFV Solutions is finalizing gasoline/propane bifuel systems for model-year 2004 and 2005 Ford 4.6L engines, and expects EPA certification of these systems within 90 days.

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