Michigan Firm Also Support Gaseous Fuel System Controls
Ann Arbor, Mich.-based New Eagle continues to promote its control solutions – products for making hybrid and electric drive vehicles run, as well as tools to help design those critical control elements. Beyond electric drivelines, New Eagle provides control solutions for fossil fuel vehicles.
New Eagle will make several announcements at HTUF 2012 in Charlotte, N.C. next week. Among the standouts, New Eagle reports adding Remy as a distribution partner, for electric and hybrid drivetrains: “New Eagle will act as an independent, global, non-exclusive sales and service provider for Remy products,” says company president Rich Swortzel, and “provides integration and vehicle controls to complement the Remy product line.”
Remy’s energy-dense “hairpin” motors power a wide range of both developmental and commercial electric drive vehicles, with customers including HTUF 2012 exhibitors BAE Systems, Quantum and Via Motors, as well as Allison, ALTe, Amp Electric Vehicles, BMW, Mercedes, MotoCzysz, and MAN Truck & Bus (F&F, August 28).
New Eagle reports that Greenpro Fuels of Elgin, S.C. has developed a dual fuel natural gas-diesel system that displaces a high percentage of diesel fuel to reduce the cost of transportation for over-the-road trucks. New Eagle supplies the control system technology.
New Eagle also supports Eco-Fueling of Ann Arbor, which according to Swortzel has developed a system to inject ethanol into a diesel engine to improve both performance and fuel efficiency of both light and heavy duty vehicles.
New Eagle also distributes for Woodward, Inc., Delphi, RMS Orchid, and Vee Three.
HTUF is the High-Efficiency Truck Users Forum, hosted by Calstart September 18-20 at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C.
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Source: New Eagle, Calstart, Fleets & Fuels follow-up