Posted: July 20, 2016
The Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence at The Ohio State University, held the Clean Fuels for Cities and Schools event on Wednesday, July 20th. Representatives from local school districts and city transportation centers attended to learn how HPCD fuel technology can benefit their school districts and cities. Throughout the event, invitees networked, learned about fuel quality and contamination, learned about the Clean Fuels initiative, and saw a high performance clean diesel demonstration.
The Clean Fuels For Schools and Cities initiative is a public-private partnership developed to assist Ohio schools in modernizing their fueling infrastructure. The initiative promotes the use of High Performance Clean Diesel (HPCD®) fuel, the most advanced fuel quality technology that reduces bus maintenance, fuel consumption, and carbon emissions, while extending the life of the typical bus fleet, as well.
Find out more at www.hpcdfuel.com.