First Public Debut of Class 8 Truck with Decarbonized Engine Technology for Heavy-Duty Applications
ClearFlame will join American’s farmers, ranchers and agriculture innovators next week in Washington D.C. for the annual celebration of modern agriculture known as ‘Ag on the Mall’. Sponsored by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, this annual event takes place on the National Mall, featuring exhibits and demonstrations that showcase how innovation enables sustainability for agriculture.
In partnership with biofuel trade association Growth Energy, ClearFlame will make its first public debut of its long-haul Class 8 truck equipped with the company’s unique engine modification technology, enabling the truck to operate entirely on 100% plant-based ethanol in place of any petroleum-based fuel.
“This event gives us an opportunity to demonstrate to the agricultural community that our lower-cost, the lower-emission solution can be easily and quickly integrated into existing on- and off-highway engine platforms today,” said BJ Johnson, CEO and co-founder, ClearFlame. “We appreciate the support of our partner Growth Energy, as we work together with U.S. agriculture to power solutions for a sustainable future.”
Join us and meet with ClearFlame’s co-founders to learn more about this revolutionary technology, located in the Growth Energy booth.