6 to 12 litre spark-ignited automotive natural gas engines for commercial transportation applications.
Automotive CNG and LPG components and systems
Westport HPDI 2.0, Westport HESI 1.0, Westport Conformable CNG Storage, Westport P200, Westport WiNG
CNG and LPG conversion systems, fuel systems, reducers, mixers, and ECUs
CNG, LNG, and LPG systems for light-, medium-, and heavy-duty applications
CNG, LPG and Hydrogen components and system-level certified kits
CNG and LPG tank valves, filling valves, fuel lines, and filters
LPG and CNG kits and components for the automotive industry
CNG gas systems and components for cars, trucks and busses in Latin America
LPG and CNG injectors, reducers, filters, and low pressure solenoid valves
Engine management controllers, software, and calibration services
Clarifies statements regarding its Weichai Westport Inc. joint venture and WWI's 12-liter engine equipped with the HPDI 2.0™ fuel system
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced that its Weichai Westport Inc. joint venture has received certification from the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of China for its 12-liter engine equipped with the HPDI 2.0 fuel system
Transaction Provides Cost Efficiencies and Greater Product Choice for Customers
Estimated revenue of US$58 million over seven-year period
Further strengthens liquidity of Emer S.p.A in Brescia, Italy
Swedish truck maker Volvo said it’s seeing hauliers and transport buyers moving towards refrigerated liquefied gas as a cheaper and more environmentally friendly alternative to diesel.
The Maruti Suzuki WagonR S-CNG has emerged as the highest selling natural gas vehicle in the country, as this greener and safer factory-fitted CNG model has surpassed 300,000 units in sales.
While much attention has shifted to the potential for battery-electric or hydrogen vehicles, another technology with a vast infrastructure — renewable natural gas — is gaining traction among fleet managers.
Egypt has launched an ambitious plan to shift the primary fuel for vehicles in its jurisdiction from petrol and diesel to compressed natural gas.
Natural gas vehicles (NGV) may get a boost as power markets and renewable equipment production are seen as potential casualties.