Southern California company specializes in converting diesel engines to CNG
The diesel conversions are in high demand but Omnitek is seeking additional capital investment to continue product development. Officials know that pollution and fuel economy are hot topics, especially in developing nations where diesel buses and trucks emit tons of smog. Many of those countries have abundant natural gas supplies, so conversions make sense. Omnitek already has shipped more than 2,000 conversions to India. And the Port of Long Beach wants to expand a test program on converting trucks that move containers. Converting a diesel engine costs about $15,000 while installing a new natural-gas engine is $30,000.
[Source: Keith Darce / San Diego Union Tribune]
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