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Sainsbury’s increases biomethane dual-fuel order from Clean Air Power

28 April 2012

Sainsbury’s, a major UK supermarket, has increased its order for an additional 10 units of Clean Air Power’s Genesis Edge Dual-Fuel system. This additional order will be delivered during the current financial year.

This order will take their total to 24 trucks which will operate using biomethane gas which has been produced from landfill waste.

The Genesis Edge product is Clean Air Power’s retro-fit Dual-Fuel offering that can be installed on customers’ existing vehicles. These additional 10 units will continue to reduce CO2 emissions and fuel costs in comparison with conventional diesel vehicles.

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I hope that fossil natural gas will be used in preference to diesel where bio-methane is not available. ..HG..

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