Clarifies statements regarding its Weichai Westport Inc. joint venture and WWI's 12-liter engine equipped with the HPDI 2.0™ fuel systemFind out more
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 systemFind out more
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. is announcing a critical technology advancement that allows its natural gas high pressure direct injection system to support the efficiency improvements anticipated from higher peak cylinder pressure to be introduced into the next generations of diesel engine platforms.Find out more
Westport Fuel Systems today commended the publication of a new study by West Virginia University scientists at the Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions (“CAFEE”) quantifying methane emissions from heavy-duty natural gas-powered vehicles and refueling stations.Find out more
Next generation natural gas engines and vehicles including Westport High Pressure Direct Injection 2.0 (“Westport™ HPDI 2.0”) and Enhanced Spark Ignition (“Westport™ ESI”) technologies comply with the new Phase 2 GHG emissions and fuel efficiency standards and offer significant GHG emission reduction benefits through the combination of low-carbon fuels and high-efficiency engines.Find out more
Westport Fuel Systems announced that it has entered into agreements to sell an 11.7% interest in the Weichai Westport Inc. joint venture for gross proceeds of 48.2 million RMB (approximately US$7.2 million) to Weichai Holding Group Co., Ltd. and an additional undisclosed purchaser. Associated with the sale, Westport Fuel Systems will also receive a dividend payment of 23.8 million RMB (approximately US$3.5 million) from the joint venture, generating total gross proceeds of 72.0 million RMB (approximately US$10.7 million).Find out more
Westport and AVL List GmbH. have entered into an agreement to deliver next-generation Westport high pressure direct injection (Westport HPDI™) gas technology.Find out more
Westport provides an update to its Westport High Pressure Direct Injection (Westport™ HPDI) second generation or "HPDI 2.0" development program.Find out more
Westport has entered into new agreements with Volvo Group governing the development, commercial launch and supply of Westport High Pressure Direct Injection (Westport™ HPDI) 2.0 technology in its heavy-duty trucks over the next several years.Find out more
Westport has completed an engineering program with Daimler AG to develop and assess Westport High Pressure Direct Injection (HPDI) system for a Daimler heavy duty engine. The prototype HPDI engine met all technical targets resulting in a payment of 2.4 million Euro (approximately $2.7 million USD) by Daimler to Westport.Find out more
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced the appointment of Tony Guglielmin to the company’s Board of Directors, effective January 7, 2021.
2020 Year in Review and What’s Driving Momentum in 2021
Cummins Westport Inc. today announced changes to its Board of Directors and Management in accordance with the terms of the 50/50 Joint Venture Agreement between Cummins Inc. and Westport Fuel Systems Inc.
Program Applies HPDI to an Updated Base Engine Platform
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced today that the Company has established an at-the-market equity offering program.
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