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Hythane Technology for California fleets


As California moves toward Gov Arnold Schwarzenegger's vision of a 'Hydrogen Highway', one of the nation's leading air quality and transportation consulting firms has been hired by Hythane Company to help pave the way for deploying Hythane(R)-equipped vehicles and dispensing technology throughout the state.

For 15 years, Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) has been consulting with operators of heavy duty trucks and buses to help reduce air pollution. GNA primarily assists these fleets to convert from diesel to natural gas and to build natural gas fueling stations.  GNA also assists clients in evaluating other alternative fuels, hybrid electric transportation technologies and diesel emission reducing technologies.

"Hythane fuel is a blend of natural gas and hydrogen that reduces emissions by up to 50 percent over conventional natural gas," explained Roger Marmaro, Hythane president and co-founder.  "California's natural gas vehicle fleets can be the first to adopt the innovative Hythane technology."





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