Trucking consumes 19% of all U.S. petroleum.
Industry spent $141 billion in 2008, up $27 billion from 2007.
Diesel fuel is becoming the largest operating expense, surpassing labor.
In 2008 Diesel fuel in California topped $5.00 per gallon. Down now, it will inevitably rise as the economy improves.
Annual fuel cost increases $1,000 for each 5 cent price increase.
(Source: American Transportation Research Institute)A Typical 18 Wheel Truck Will Spend $86,360.00 On Diesel Next Year*
*(assumes 100,000 miles per year, $4.75 per gallon at 5.5 mpg.)Reduce diesel fuel consumption between 10 and 20% (or more).
Reduce carbon build up, thus extending engine life.
Boost horsepower and torque.
(data & tests results for all claims on file) The Technology And Designs Used In Hydrogen Power Systems Products Have Been Proven To: