In addition, Volvo and Clean Air Power are reportedly considering teaming up to jointly develop a dual-fuel system for next-generation buses. Clean Air Power claims that its dual-fuel retro-fit system has demonstrated the ability to slash CO2 emissions by 8.4 tons per year, based on an annual distance traveled of 200,000 kilometers. Furthermore, the company states that its system could save operators up to £10,000 ($15,880 U.S. at the current exchange rate) per year in fuel costs. Man, gas in Scandanavia is expensive.
[Source: Green Car Congress]