GKIT Alternative Fuel Products Are Lauded, Listed by Clean Cities Program
- US Department of Energy lists GKIT alternative fuel products, such as conversion systems and an engine, through its Clean Cities program
- CalHeat, funded by California Energy Commission, says clean energy fuels can cut greenhouse gas house emissions by 23%
- GKIT reports receiving orders for its diesel-alternative G-series clean energy trucks; company’s goal is to become the number one source for alternative fuel trucks in North America
Greenkraft, Inc.’s (OTCQB: GKIT
) products in the alternative fuel clean truck market have been lauded and listed by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (“USDE”) Clean Cities program. In addition, CalHeat, funded by the California Energy Commission, and operated by CALSTART, cites how clean alternative fuels can cut greenhouse emissions by 23%.
GKIT is disrupting the commercial truck industry with clean alternative energy models that operate on Clean Energy Natural Gas (“CNG”) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (“LPG”). It also offers conversion systems for petroleum-based fuel engines to operate on natural gas and propane fuels. Its conversion systems work not only on trucks but also on specialty vehicles such as agricultural tractors and stationary machines.
Greenkraft is a Santa Ana, California-based company, operating as a manufacturer and distributor of three lines: alternative fuel clean trucks, conversion systems, and engines. It manufactures commercial-forward trucks for classes 4, 5, 6, and 7. GKIT also makes and sells alternative fuel systems that convert petroleum-based fuels to natural gas and propane fuels.
The USDE’s Clean Cities program cites Greenkraft’s alternative fuel conversion systems and engine in its Guide to alternative fuel vehicles (http://nnw.fm/3DCkO
), specifically naming both its 8.8L natural gas motor and its conversion systems. It explains that CNG is a clean burning fuel alternative, offering the advantages of being colorless, non-corrosive, less expensive than diesel or gasoline, and is in abundant supply. The result: lower levels of emissions into the environment.
The California Energy Commission-funded CalHeat sees CNG-fueled vehicles as reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 23% compared to a diesel-fueled version (http://nnw.fm/HugY7
). GKIT has reported it has received orders for its diesel alternative G-series clean energy trucks (http://nnw.fm/YxDa9
). Its goal is to be number one source of alternative fuel trucks in North America.
GKIT’s trucks are sourced globally with the goal of producing environmentally-responsible, reliable and cost-effective trucks for a diverse mix of industries, including vending, plumbing, food services, construction, pest control, landscaping and more. Its goal is to disrupt the conventional trucking industry with alternative fuel models.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GreenkraftInc.com