A new high-tech liquefied-petroleum-gas injection system for vehicles gets a boost with a A$3.5 million ($3.5 million) grant from the Australian government. Melbourne-based Alternative Fuel Innovations Pty. Ltd. says its Liquajet system will boost LPG power performance equal to that of gasoline-powered engines, while cutting average fuel costs up to 50%. It also lowers the greenhouse-gas emissions of individual vehicles by a minimum 10%. The grant comes from the federal government’s ...

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