New hydrogen dual fuel engine tech could cut emissions and extend vehicle range: Molecular Energies-owned firm plans Paraguayan truck roll-out

A Molecular Energies-owned company says its hydrogen dual fuel technology could cut heavy-duty diesel engine emissions while also increasing vehicle range, as it plans a Paraguayan roll-out for 2024.

Dual Fuel Limited (DFL) – a wholly owned subsidiary of Molecular Energies’ alternative energy division Green House Capital Group – earlier this year (2023) carried out trials of its hydrogen injection technology.

Conducted by Helical Technology, the trials reportedly confirmed that around 20% hydrogen can be safely introduced into a heavy-duty diesel engine resulting in a “proportionate reduction” in emissions. Furthermore, DFL said the solution could “significantly” extend the range of vehicles.

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