Isuzu Motor Co.'s newest natural gas/diesel dual-fuel truck engine recently received certification from the Japanese Automotive Research Institute (JARI), thanks in large part to the dual-fuel-specific electronic management system supplied by Calgary, Alberta-based Alternative Fuel Systems Inc. (AFS). The JARI endorsement is a requisite for any Japanese automaker looking for government subsidies and support in marketing its technology. The Isuzu 6HHI engine uses the AFS Eagle II system, ...

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