GreenMan subsidiary receives EPA OK for 55 engine family applications

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Updated May 14, 2012

GreenMan Technologies announced that its American Power Group Inc. subsidiary has received online notification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that its recent Clean Alternative Fuel Vehicle and Engine Conversion Submission has been approved for the following Outside Useful Life (“OUL”) engines: Caterpillar C15 (2006-2004), C13 (2006-2004), C11 (2006-2004), C-16 (2002-1998) C-15 (2003-1998), C-12 (2003-1998) and C-10 (2003-1998); and Detroit Diesel DD15 (2009-2008), DD13 (2009), MBE 4000 (2009-2008), Series 60 12.7L (2006-2004), Series 60 14.0L (2009-2004) and OM460LA (2007).

The submission utilized APG’s latest V5000 Dual Fuel Turbocharged Natural Gas technology, which is required to meet specific design, componentry and emissions compliance criteria per the EPA Final Rule 40CFR Parts 85 and 86.

“Today’s announcement is a testament to our APG team and the extraordinary effort they have shown over the past several quarters as we worked to complete last week’s $8.2 million capital raise,” says Lyle Jensen, GreenMan’s president and chief executive officer. “These approvals include some of the most popular higher mileage CAT and Detroit Diesel engine models on the road today and represent 10 of the top 40 OUL engine families we had identified to pursue in the coming months. We can now begin working with our certified installers, who have cumulatively identified a significant number of customers that have expressed an interest in learning more about the benefits of our dual fuel natural gas system.”