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  • Greenkraft Inc obtains CARB Certificate/EO 2011 General Motors 6.0L in Natural Gas

    SANTA ANA, CA -- The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has certified GreenKraft Inc’s dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel systems on General Motors 14,000 GVRW 6.0 8 cylinder engine. GreenKraft, Inc is a leading manufacturer of alternative fuel components and systems for use in transportation applications. In addition the GM engine can be installed in 14,000 trucks as a repower to convert Diesel to CNG which can help reduce the cost of fuel for fleet operators.

    The CARB certification is especially important because several states have either adopted or are in the process of adopting California's emissions standards. These states include New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Vermont, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, Maryland and Florida.

    GreenKraft also manufacturers a full line of cab forward trucks that will be introducing to the USA market that are dedicated CNG and range from 14,000 to 33,000 GVRW. This new certification achieves both Federal Inherently Low Emissions Vehicle (LEV II) and California Super Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle (Passenger Only) standards, permitting single-occupant access to HOV carpool lanes in California and many other states that provide this dedicated alternative fuel vehicle incentive to motorists. Greenkraft is currently in the process of certifying GM engines that are lower the 14,000 GVRW. GreenKraft hopes to have 25 products certified by mid 2012. They will cover 4.8 and 6.0 liter GM van series, the 6.0 liter GM truck, 2012 Ford E and F series, and the 2012 Ford Transit. For additional information please call GreenKraft at (714) 545-7777 ext 15 or visit www.greenkraftinc.com

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    Re: Greenkraft Inc obtains CARB Certificate/EO 2011 General Motors 6.0L in Natural G

    Sounds interesting & promising - congratulations on your recent success. Please post a price list for single and multiple conversions for which you will be offering a conversion and conversion locations. Thanks.


    Originally posted by Grennkraft View Post
    ... GreenKraft, Inc is a leading manufacturer of alternative fuel components and systems for use in transportation applications. In addition the GM engine can be installed in 14,000 trucks as a repower to convert Diesel to CNG which can help reduce the cost of fuel for fleet operators.

    ... Greenkraft is currently in the process of certifying GM engines that are lower the 14,000 GVRW. GreenKraft hopes to have 25 products certified by mid 2012. They will cover 4.8 and 6.0 liter GM van series, the 6.0 liter GM truck, 2012 Ford E and F series, and the 2012 Ford Transit. ...

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