4Refuel has recently undergone a company rebrand to represent further its dedication to sustainable fuel management solutions and an agnostic approach to energy delivery and mobile on-site refueling services. Their full spectrum of energy choices includes: CNG, biomethane, hydrogen, biodiesel and hydrogenation-derived renewable diesel.
Mack Trucks, one of North America’s largest producers of heavy-duty trucks, has selected the Allison 4500 Rugged Duty Series (RDS) as the exclusive transmission currently offered for its new CNG Mack Granite model. It is paired with a 320-horsepower Cummins L9N engine, and will enable refuse customers to reduce emissions and noise levels.
The companies signed a memorandum of understanding to leverage complementary positioning in hydrogen, natural gas, and other lower carbon fuel value chains. The announcement expands the two companies’ previous strategic collaboration on hydrogen and renewable natural gas and is expected to encompass other liquid renewable fuels.
With a carrying capacity of 100 passengers – 55 seated and 45 standing, this bus is designed to handle the hustle and bustle of city commuting while providing the utmost comfort to its passengers, according to Innoson. At the heart of the IVM 6110A lies the 8.3L Cummins Engine EQC300, a dual fuel engine that can run on both diesel and CNG.
National Fuel announced the launch of an alternative fuel vehicle pilot program that uses an adsorbed natural gas (ANG) platform developed by Ingevity, called NeuFuel. National Fuel’s decision to purchase and pilot NeuFuel vehicles is consistent with its overall focus on environmental stewardship and innovations relating to natural gas.
This agreement will allow APG to market their next generation of low carbon V6000 Dual Fuel diesel engine conversion solutions for existing heavy-duty Class 8 trucks through Nat G network. Nat G is a provider of alternative fuel systems serving public and private fleet operators with a wide range of vehicle sizes, which covers Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana.
In addition to celebrating the production of the 2.5 millionth engine at its Jamestown Engine Plant (JEP), the company announced the investment of $452 million into the JEP facility, to produce the industry’s first fuel-agnostic internal combustion engine platform that leverages a range of lower carbon fuel types, including natural gas.
The newly launched mobile application allows users of four-wheeler natural gas vehicles to book time slots for refueling at a dedicated CNG dispenser at BEST bus depots. Currently, this service is available at Goregaon – Oshiwara and Ghatkopar bus depots, with plans to have similar facilities in other 13 bus depots across Mumbai that are managed by BEST.
Hillwood announced recent lease renewal and expansion with Cummins Clean Fuel Technologies, further expanding their alternative fuel technology footprint in AllianceTexas. The company manufactures Cummins-branded natural gas fuel systems at their facility in AllianceTexas for the North American commercial vehicle market.
The new series of back of cab (BOC) natural gas fuel systems, available in 135 and 175 diesel gallon equivalent capacities, is now in production. With an enhanced design and paired with a Cummins X15N™ engine, the new systems receive the same base warranty coverage as the engine: two years/250,000 miles.