Capstone Turbine Corp. says the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has certified Capstone's MicroTurbine as the first turbine engine to meet CARB emissions standards for commercial vehicle use. Using compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel, Capstone says its commercial transportation MicroTurbine power system yields 80% less oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions than the closest CARB-certified competition — CNG-fueled diesel engines. Capstone says a diesel-fueled Microturbine is available for ...

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