Clean Air Power, developer of dual-fuel engine management software for heavy duty vehicles, has met all Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emission requirements for its US Genesis-EDGE Dual-Fuel test engine, in internal testing at company facilities in Leyland, UK. The test engine will now be transferred to the US for formal and independent testing by Ricardo Inc.
The results of both sets of test will form the basis for an application for EPA certification, a key requirement ahead of the launch of the engine in the US anticipated later this year.
John Pettitt, Chief Executive of Clean Air Power said: “That our US Genesis-EDGE product has successfully passed all EPA emissions requirements in internal testing is a major milestone for Clean Air Power and a key step towards EPA certification. Whilst there remain further hurdles to overcome the results give me confidence that our engine will achieve EPA certification paving the way for the launch of the product in the US.”
(Source: Clean Air Power)