Umpqua Energy combines revolutionary technologies to provide the most complete emission reduction system available on the market today for internal combustion engines. While the EPA continues to set more stringent guidelines, coming into compliance with Umpqua Energy makes financial sense as our systems actually provide a return on investment.  By combining hydrogen injection with DeNOx technology, a nearly complete reduction of HC, CO, PM and NOx can be achieved.

Umpqua Energy Wins America's Next Top Energy Innovator

Umpqua Energy Receives Department of Energy Recognition For Work on Fuel Efficiency and Emission Controls:

Emissions Technology Gives Company Clean Win as Energy Innovator

Secretary Chu names Umpqua Energy "America's Next Top Energy Innovator"

America's Next Top Energy Innovator Challenge

 

ARPA-E 2012 Keynote: Energy Secretary Steven Chu

Umpqua Energy Wins Defense Energy Technology Challenge

CTSI Announces Top 17 Defense Energy Technology Solutions

The Department of Defense recognizes the important role energy plays in the U.S.' national security.  Aggressive energy reduction and alternative energy supply initiatives are already in place.  This year's Defense Energy Technology Challenge winners represented a wide range of organizations and solution types, including: energy efficiency, biofuels, HVAC, solar, transportation, smart grid, microgrid, and energy storage.

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DeNOx Catalyst

Unlike UREA-based systems, our DeNOx Catalyst does not require DEF nor expensive metals to operate. Coming into compliance with NOx regulations is as simple as bolting on our catalyst into your emission stream to break apart the NOx compound into harmless nitrogen and oxygen.

We are happy to license the DeNOx Catalyst and integrate it into your product.

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Light Duty Vehicles



2012-2016 Light-Duty National Program   (Program Details)

The State of California and major automakers showed their support for a national program of light-duty GHG and CAFE standards by sending letters to the agencies in May 2009.  Governments are working with industry to reduce Green House Gasses.  In May 2009, President Obama announced a national policy that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve fuel economy for all new cars and trucks sold in the United States. Following that announcement, EPA and the Department of Transportation issued a notice stating that the two agencies would work together to establish national vehicle greenhouse gas and fuel economy standards for Model Year 2012-2016 passenger vehicles.

Our approach uses hydrogen injection and a DeNOx Catalyst to increase fuel effeciency and reduce emissions. 

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Commitment Letters

Air Resources Board

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers

Association of International Automobile Manufacturers

BMW

California Attorney General Brown Jr.

California Governor Schwarzenegger

Chrysler

Daimler

Ford

GM

Honda

Mazda

Toyota

Volkswagen

 

 
Stationary Power Systems

 



RICE NESHAP  (EPA Ruling)

RICE NESHAP is another EPA ruling that requires stationary power systems located at area sources of hazardous air pollutants with site ratings of less than 500 hp.

Emergency engines located in residential, commercial and institutional facilities were excluded from the ruling.

EPA estimates that more than 900,000 engines generate electricity and drive equipment at industrial, agricultural and other facilities, all of which will fall under the new requirements. Many owners of diesel generators will need to retrofit these units.

The final rules also require diesel RICE to comply with these emissions standards during malfunction and shutdown, and specifies work practice standards that apply during startup. Operators of existing stationary diesel engines will be required to:

  • Install emissions control equipment that would limit air-toxic emissions by up to 70 percent for stationary, non-emergency engines with a site rating greater than 300 hp.
  • Perform emissions tests to demonstrate engine performance and compliance with rule requirements.
  • Burn ultra-low sulfur fuel in stationary, non-emergency engines with a site rating greater than 300 hp.

Our approach uses hydrogen injection and a DeNOx Catalyst to increase fuel effeciency and reduce emissions. 

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Heavy-Duty Diesel

Fuel Efficiency + Emission Control

OEM and after-market providers of heavy duty diesel trucks are searching for efficiency and emission solutions as new regulations require truck makers to enhance miles per gallon and simultaneously reduce GHG emissions as laid out in 2014-2018 EPA Regulations.

Our approach uses hydrogen injection and a DeNOx Catalyst to increase fuel effeciency and reduce emissions.

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