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Prins distributor secures EPA certification for CNG-DI application

CNG Interstate of Oklahoma, LLC is pleased to announce that it has received full EPA Certification for the Prins Bi-Fuel “VSI-2.0 DI” CNG application for the GM 5.3 Liter EcoTec3 L83 Direct Injection engines for the 2014 and 2015 model years. The EPA certification applies to the Chevrolet Silverado, Tahoe, and Suburban, and the GMC Sierra, Yukon, and Yukon XL of the 2014 and 2015 model years offered with the GM 5.3 Liter EcoTec3 L83 Direct Injection engines.

Prins has developed a compressed natural gas (CNG) system based on their VSI-2.0 DI platform for the GM 5.3 Liter EcoTec3 L83 DI engine in cooperation with CNG Interstate of Oklahoma, LLC to offer in the United States market. Prins currently offers the broadest range of Alternative Fuel System applications worldwide and is pleased to add the GM 5.3 Liter EcoTec3 L83 application with the Prins VSI-2.0 DI system on CNG to this list.

Prins Autogassystemen B.V. is a leading developer of Alternative Fuel Systems based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and is a subsidiary of Westport Innovations Inc.

CNG Interstate of Oklahoma, LLC is a leading installation and repair facility for CNG and Propane systems based in Edmond, Oklahoma, and is a Certified Installation Center of Alliance AutoGas. Alliance AutoGas is an international network providing comprehensive propane autogas solutions to medium and heavy- duty fleets.

CNG Interstate of Oklahoma is also a distributor of Quantum CNG tanks for the state of Oklahoma, and is an authorized repair facility for Westport CNG fuel systems.

Quantum’s Q-Lite advanced fuel storage tanks and systems maximize a vehicle’s range due to reduced weight, increased natural gas capacity and performance. The Q-Lite proprietary technology allows light, medium and heavy duty trucks to optimize fuel storage capacity and take advantage of weight savings.

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