August 9, 2011, Torque News
In a timely interview one week before President Obama announces the first U.S. CO2 emission rules for heavy trucks in Springfield, VA today, Achates Power, showed why it participated in the 2011 CAR Management Business Seminars in Traverse City, Michigan.
July 30, 2011, Automobile & Parts Magazine
July 28, 2011, Greentech Media
With higher fuel standards on the way, here are some technologies that you might see automakers adopt, or adopt more often. . .6. New Engines. Pinnacle Engines is working on an opposed-piston gas engine, while EcoMotors and Achates Power have opposed-piston diesels.
July 27, 2011, oauto.com
July 22, 2011, Greentech Media
Further out, expect to see trucks and/or cars powered by opposed piston diesel engines from the likes of Achates Power and EcoMotors. Achates Power says its two-stroke opposed piston diesel engine can increase fuel efficiency by another 10 to 15 percent.
July 18, 2011, Autocar Professional Magazine
US-based Achates Power Inc is in talks with Indian OE manufacturers for an improved internal combustion engine technology that it has designed in-house. The two-stroke, opposed-piston (OP), compression ignition diesel engine is claimed to possess the ability to enhance fuel economy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and lower costs for running passenger cars and commercial vehicles.Achates Power is in the process of defining projects for working with Indian vehicle manufacturers after completion of technical due diligence by prospective clients.
July 16, 2011, Auto Monitor
Achates Power believes that opposed piston technology can help Indian OEMs to have vehicles that are more fuel efficient besides being cleaner in terms of emissions.
July 15, 2011, Autocar Professional Magazine
American company is in talks with some Indian OE manufacturers for the use of its fuel-efficient, opposed piston engine.
July 12, 2011, Hundu Business Line
It is barely seven years old but the US-based Achates Power already has over 800 patentable innovations in its kitty. Its mandate is simple: build better engines to meet the environmental challenges of the global transport industry. Read PDF Version
July 11, 2011, chinabuses.com