Greenman Technologies of Lynnfield helps convert vehicles to natural gas.
Monday, July 23, 2012
The following is an announcement from Lynnfield-based Greenman Technologies: GreenMan Technologies, Inc. announced that its American Power Group, Inc. (APG) subsidiary has signed agreements with Valley Truck Parts (Valley Truck) and the University of Houston Texas Diesel Testing and Research Center (UH-TDTRC) for required testing to commence dual fuel upgrades of intermediate useful life (IUL) heavy-duty engines in the United States. The testing will be performed in accordance with the Intermediate Age requirements of the EPA Clean Alternative Fuel Vehicle and Engine Conversion Final Rule as amended in April 2011 which requires engines to be tested outside of the vehicle on an engine dynamometer. Valley Truck, our regional Authorized …
Lynnfield-based company focused on converting diesel engines to cleaner-burning fuels.
Patch talks with company CFO, Chuck Coppa, about an environmentally friendly technology being developed in Lynnfield.
The Lynnfield based company, GreenMan Technologies provides customers around the world with an environmentally-friendly alternative to diesel fuel. It's called Dual Fuel Technology and according to the company, it displaces up to 60% of high-emissions burning diesel gas with either natural gas, well-head gas, or bio-methane. The CFO of GreenMan Technologies, Chuck Coppa, detailed his company's move towards Duel Fuel Technology in a recent interview with Lynnfield Patch. “Prior to 2009 we operated several large scrap tire recycling stations in the U.S. and in November 2008, we sold this business for about $28 million and began our search for the next chapter of the GreenMan story.” From here, Coppa and GreenMan went looking for a new green …