Hythane®, working to bridge the hydrogen gap…

Posted on December 11, 2007. Filed under: Uncategorized |

While a “Hydrogen” powered future is DECADES away… Hythane® may offer some hope now to reduce emissions.
IF the sources come from “clean” energy.

About Hythane®: Vehicles that operate on Hythane®, a blend of 20% hydrogen and 80% natural gas, produce significantly lower emissions than those operating on diesel or natural gas. The company intends to deploy the Hythane System, which completely integrates Hythane technology into existing natural gas fueling stations and vehicles, in cities throughout the world. Hythane® can be used in all forms of vehicles and is especially suited for commuter buses, school buses, refuse trucks, and delivery trucks.

Both public and private fleets have the potential to benefit from incorporating the Hythane System into their fleet make-up and infrastructure.

Click here to find out more information about Hythane®.


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