Power Solutions International receives EPA On-Highway Certification

Power Solutions International receives EPA On-Highway Certification

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has certified Power Solutions International Inc.’s 8.8-liter propane and natural gas fueled engine for on-highway applications.

Power Solutions International’s 8.8-liter alternatively-fueled system suits a wide range of on-highway applications, including vocational trucks, school and transit buses, delivery fleets, recreational vehicles, tow and utility trucks, and garbage trucks.

“We recognize the need for our customers to have flexible power solutions that address emissions regulations,” said Gary Winemaster, chairman and chief executive officer of Power Solutions International. “With this engine, we offer on-highway OEMs a quality alternative that meets their performance, compliance and economic demands, while providing the flexibility to choose the best fueling strategy today and in the future.”

The company said that it sees solid indicators of industry demand for alternative-fuel solutions and that this engine will play a key role in opening up new markets.

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