Global Clean Air Technologies’ (GCAT’s) is the first and only company to be awarded a California Air Resource Board (CARB), for a off-road retrofit certification on a Dual-Fuel Retrofit System (DFRS) using a combination of Diesel and Propane or Diesel fuels.
GCAT’s core business is developing, integrating and marketing innovative new technology to increase the efficiency of heavy-duty diesel engines. In particular, the DFRS (can either substitute propane or natural gas) is designed to significantly reduce the operational costs and emissions of a heavy-duty diesel engine by allowing the engine to burn the alternative fuel in combination with diesel fuel or bio-diesel.
Diesel engines have long been used to provide power for irrigation pumping in agricultural applications. These engines are very reliable, have a long life, and can be located in agriculturalRead More
Investments in clean-diesel technologies save money and reduce premature deaths, asthma attacks, respiratory ailments, lost work days, and many other health impacts that affect the region every year.Read More
Well drilling workers Tommy Hutchinson, left, and Angel Pimentel react to a gush of muddy water as they prepare to drill deeper. Demand is so high that their employer’s waitingRead More
Pioneer Energy President Robert Zubrin presents Pioneer Energy’s Mobile Alkane Gas Separator (MAGS) working in combination with California Clean Air Technology System (DFRS) flexible fuel diesel generator. The DFRS canRead More
Michael Avery, CEO of California Clean Air Technologies (CCAT; Menifee, Calif.), noted some important reasons why the company chose stationary farm equipment as the first products to use its DualRead More
A California dairy farm saved about $4,000 a month in fuel costs in May and June with two propane-diesel retrofit systems installed on its groundwater irrigation pump engines, the PropaneRead More