MUMBAI, Dec 18 (Reuters) - India's Ashok Leyland Ltd. said on Monday it had signed an agreement with Australia's Brehon Energy Plc for technology for use of hythane gas in its compressed natural gas engines. The technology would enable Ashok, India's second-biggest bus and truck maker, to operate its 6-cylinder 'H' series of engines on hythane, a prepared blend of hydrogen and natural gas which cuts emissions further than CNG, Ashok said in a statement. "The use of CNG in vehicles is ...
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