Iran Mandating Shift to Manufacturing Natural Gas Vehicles
6 July 2007
PRESSTV. Iran’s Ministry for Industry and Mines has set new rules for Iranian automakers to shift from gasoline to CNG as the fuel for their cars.
Iran’s deputy minister for production called for automakers to list the project on their five-year plans. He also called for the use of CNG/gasoline hybrid buses.
Iran Khodro Company (IKCO) is beginning the production of dual-fuel gasoline-compressed natural gas cars in late July. IKCO is the largest vehicle manufacturer in Iran and the Middle East, and builds cars and commercial vehicles for domestic use and for export. (Earlier post.)
(A hat-tip to John!)
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