The new system started trials with local dairy company Murray Goulburn in December 2010, which has already ordered an additional six units for immediate delivery, and was certified for sale this month. Moreover, Tasmanian LNG plant operator has also ordered two Genesis for trials and demonstration.
“The increasing number of orders that we are receiving in Australia for our Genesis Edge installations underpins the growing confidence that the market has in our product. We now have a fleet of 22 Dual-Fuel vehicles operational in Tasmania, which represents nearly 50 per cent of LNG vehicles on the road in the State,” said Clean Air Power’s CEO John Pettitt.
According to the developer of Dual-Fuel™ combustion technology, Australia is a mature market where Clean Air Power has a local presence with support staff in both Perth WA and Melbourne. The company has been receiving orders for 15 new units in the last month with a total order value of around £470,000, in total.
Source: Clean Air Power