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Converting our coaches to ethanol
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New milestone for scalable, cost-effective technology fuels a greener future for hard-to-decarbonize heavy-duty sector

Geneva, IL, February 10, 2022 — ClearFlame Engine Technologies, a company empowering rapid decarbonization for global heavy-duty industry, announced today it has successfully completed an ‘on-road’ demonstration of its proprietary technology that enables a heavy-duty truck diesel engine to operate on 100% renewable plant-based fuels. The validation of ClearFlame’s technology marks a critical milestone in the company’s objective to revolutionize carbon emissions within heavy-duty transportation, one of the hardest sectors to electrify and decarbonize.

https://www.clearflameengines.com/press-...ased-fuel/

Looks like we might be able to travel in California in the future.
Jon & Chris Everton
1986 40' Dog House #86
450 hp ISM 5 spd ZF Ecomat 2
2004 Range Rover L322 Toad
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I believe Cummins is producing or planning to produce an engine that runs on diesel or gasoline but not both at the same time.
--Simon
1993 8v92TA #312
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Trading food crops for fuel crops seams like an illogical move.
1998 Coach 484
1997 Suzuki Sidekick toad. 
Cheers.  
 
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Ethanol does not need to be made from food crops. https://www.governorsbiofuelscoalition.o...e-to-life/
Jon & Chris Everton
1986 40' Dog House #86
450 hp ISM 5 spd ZF Ecomat 2
2004 Range Rover L322 Toad


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