Volvo’s each-way bet on NG-diesel bi-fuelling

Volvo Trucks has in recent months, rather surprisingly, reached agreement with two different North American proprietary engine converters, enabling its diesels to run on natural gas. Clean Air Power (CAP) of San Diego, California and Westport Innovations of Vancouver, Canada have established separate links with Volvo. The two converters use It’s time to log in … Continued

Volvo Trucks has in recent months, rather surprisingly, reached agreement with two different North American proprietary engine converters, enabling its diesels to run on natural gas. Clean Air Power (CAP) of San Diego, California and Westport Innovations of Vancouver, Canada have established separate links with Volvo. The two converters use

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