The Australian government awards an A$236,466 ($220,005) grant to Advanced Engine Components Ltd. for the development of compressed-natural-gas-engine parts aimed at reducing carbon emissions from heavy-duty vehicles. The supplier will use the grant to develop and/or modify engine components for large diesel engines (295 hp to 510 hp), Industry Minister Kim Carr says, allowing them to run as dedicated CNG powerplants with comparative outputs while meeting Euro 4 emissions standards. ...

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