CHESTER, New Jersey – UTRC's low-pressure adsorbed natural gas tank technology for motor vehicles has been recognized with a Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award for 2016.
New Jersey-based Adsorbed Natural Gas Products Inc. (ANGP) received the award for its optimized blend of sustainability, cost-effectiveness and performance, enabling a more rapid adoption of natural gas vehicles.
ANGP holds an exclusive license to UTRC's design for a conformable, non-metal composite tank containing activated carbon adsorbents at pressures up to 1,000 psi. UTRC developed its unique tank concept under ARPA-E's Methane Opportunities for Vehicular Energy (MOVE) program.
"This award is shared with the corporations with which we work, including, Ingevity Corporation, United Technologies Research Center, Aspen Compressor and Worthington Industries," said Bob Bonelli, co-founder and CEO of ANGP.
Contact: Laura Stevens, (860) 610-1653