Canadian ambulances test hydrogen fuel-injection systems
Officials say the technology has been used on larger diesels but is relatively new to smaller vehicles. The system costs $4,500 to $5,000, including installation. If testing proves positive, other vehicles in the ambulance fleet may be fitted with the system. Other green steps the region has introduced include 10 percent ethanol in the fuel, downsizing fleet vehicles to match the job, and putting catalytic converters on busses and running them on low-sulfur fuel.
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