Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

CARB Approves Changes To Certification Rules For Natural Gas Systems

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • CARB Approves Changes To Certification Rules For Natural Gas Systems

    3. Waiving evaporative emission testing requirements for sealed fuel systems;*
    4. Allowing the use of assigned deterioration factors to determine compliance with useful life emissions testing in lieu of high mileage emissions testing;
    5. Allowing the use of commercially available fuel instead of requiring the more expensive test fuel;
    6. Allowing manufacturers use of a multiplier of 1.5 to convert NMHC emissions to NMOG emissions as currently allowed by US EPA regulations;
    7. Waiving additional testing requirements relating to gasoline emissions in vehicles that can operate on natural gas or gasoline so long as no changes to the gasoline operation have been made;
    .

  • #2
    Joseph Bebon for NGTNEWS Oct 30, 2017 - CARB Breaks Ground on New HQ and Lab. Adjacent to the UC Riverside campus, the $419M building (cost includes test lab equipment) will house the $1B CARB headquarters. It will include light, medium and heavy-duty test cells. Planned office and administration space will accommodate about 460 employees:

    https://ngtnews.com/california-air-r...News+Headlines
    .

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by 300mileclub View Post
      Joseph Bebon for NGTNEWS Oct 30, 2017 - CARB Breaks Ground on New HQ and Lab. Adjacent to the UC Riverside campus, the $419M building (cost includes test lab equipment) will house the $1B CARB headquarters. It will include light, medium and heavy-duty test cells. Planned office and administration space will accommodate about 460 employees:

      https://ngtnews.com/california-air-r...News+Headlines
      1 Billion dollars for what? Approving electric cars? ....what a joke

      Still waiting for them to approve the 2017 F250, basically the same engine as last year


      Certification was submitting well over a year ago by westport


      Govt waste at its best. Tax payer dollars going into the deep pockets of CARB board members

      Comment

      Working...
      X