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Ukrainian startup is ready to reduce transport carbon footprint worldwide by 30m tons per year

by LLB staff reporter
23rd May 22 11:02 am

Secondary market transport still ranks №1 as a main source of emissions in cities worldwide. In addition to contributing to climate change, the transportation sector is also responsible for significant amounts of air pollution: CO2, CO, NOx and PM that cause more than 400 thousands premature death according to EEA.

FuelWell is additional device for internal combusting engine that reduce CO2 and other emissions. Overall, solution dedicated to help drivers and responsible businesses across the world in achieving ecological sustainability, by increasing current vehicle fleets effectiveness.

Technology successfully tested in all transport`s sectors with well-known automobile brands such as Scania, Mercedes, Volvo, John Deer, JCB, MAN and many other. Ecological effectiveness of technology also officially proven by Motor Transport Institute, Warsaw (www.its.waw.pl) (ARTEMIS, and WLTC cycles).

Model range consists of solutions for diesel and gasoline engines for commercial, passenger vehicles, trucks, ships and railway transport.

Serhii Dubinevych, FuelWell CEO said, “If we make individual choices to reduce our emissions, we can make a big impact collectively. Encouraging cleaner transportation infrastructure locally helps make options more appealing. With our cutting-edge devices, we can help the world by reducing our vehicle’s carbon footprint.”

Main goal to sufficient reduce transport`s carbon footprint by providing technology worldwide. Proven results have shown following reduction: CO2 – 38 mln tons, NOx – 1.2 mln tons, СО – 357 thousand tons, РМ – 124 thousand tons. For biggest types of vehicles (train, ships and extra-large transport), indicators are much bigger.

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